If you’re sick of taking pills for IBS because they’re really not helping you, perhaps it’s a good time to re-think your Irritable Bowel syndrome treatment.
IBS can be caused by any number of factors, such as the following:-
- Dysbiosis – an imbalance in your good and bad bacteria
- Candida – overgrowth of yeast
- Stress – often part of the picture
- Bacterial infection
If you’ve been in and out of the doctors for years with IBS related problems, taken every pill under the sun and still don’t seem to be free from the symptoms, perhaps it’s time to take a different approach to IBS treatment, the natural approach. By changing your diet and looking at your nutrition you may alleviate a lot of the symptoms of IBS and at the Nutritional Therapy Clinic our expert nutritionists based in London and Colchester can provide you with an alternative natural path, that may help you to be free of IBS or certainly minimise the symptoms so that you can get back to a normal life.
Joanna came to see Emma Vanlint to try a more natural approach to IBS and here’s what she had to say. “After years of being told my problems were normal and I had to live with them I now know this is not true. Conventional doctors may not recognize my problems but Emma has. Thank you so much Emma”*
Call now for a free no obligation chat, to find out how a nutritionist can help you reduce your IBS symptoms the natural way. Appointments are available in Harley Street, London and Colchester, Essex, telephone 0203 907 6848 or email by clicking here
*Disclaimer: The information and advice provided by The Nutritional Therapy Clinic is not intended as a substitute for medical advice. Any person suffering from conditions requiring medical attention, or who have symptoms that concern them, should consult a doctor. Testimonials on this site are examples of what we have done for other clients and of what some of our clients have said about us. However, we cannot guarantee the results in any case. Your results may vary and every situation is different. Please see our disclaimer section for further information.