Whether you were just diagnosed with Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)... or you've had it for years... chances are, you are well aware of the frustration and confusion that go along with it.

IBS is inconvenient, isn't it? The constipation, pain, bloating, gas, diarrhea, and cramping that come along with it are no fun. IBS can wreak havoc on your social life... not to mention put a major cramp in your sex life.

When I was suffering from intense IBS symptoms, I watched my "good" food list get smaller and smaller as more and more foods started aggravating my belly. I left summer vacations early because it was too uncomfortable sharing a bathroom with 8 other people. I wanted desperately to leave work early each day so I could go home and lay down and make the pain go away.


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Does This Sound Familiar?

"When I was diagnosed with IBS, I was relieved at first, because I could finally put a name to my symptoms. But the doctor said there's no cure, and I can't live like this the rest of my life. I don't want to go on medication, but something needs to change!"

"I've tried elimination diets, and they're too restrictive. I've tried eating simply, but I get bored. My friends all tease me because my belly is so sensitive. Why can't I just eat like everyone else?"

"I have more gas and indigestion than other people. My stomach gets really bloated and it feels like there's a volcano in my stomach! It's worst when I'm stressed."

"I pay attention to my bowel movements more than most people. I'm usually constipated... and I only go to the bathroom every few days. This can't be healthy, right?"

"I get diarrhea a lot, and it's starting to cause problems. I'm uncomfortable going places if I don't know where the bathrooms are, and I never know when I'm going to have to rush out of a work meeting because of an upset stomach."


Start Feeling Better Today
If you answered, "YES - that's me!" to any of the statements above, you're probably in need of some tender love and care from someone who understands how frustrating and confusing IBS is.

You are a unique woman. That means that no one else has the same kind of IBS that you do. You need to take a personalized healing approach.

When you're in the process of healing IBS, it's important to base your diet around foods that won't irritate your intestines. Simple food changes make a significant difference for my clients.

However, dietary changes alone usually aren't enough to heal your belly. Dietary changes need to be accompanied by lifestyle changes.

IBS is often your body's way of telling you that it's taxed to the max. It's over-stressed, over-tired, and over-committed. Until you start to slow down and take good care of yourself, your body will continue to use your belly to get your attention.

Sometimes, your belly has to scream loudly to get your attention, doesn't it?

I encourage you to read some of the IBS articles to educate yourself about this disorder.

If you want to start feeling better today, please contact me. We'll set up a consultation so I can learn more about your IBS story and help you explore all the healing options that are available to you.



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