Stomach Pain: Goodbye Irritable Bowel Syndrome

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Stomach Pain: Goodbye Irritable Bowel Syndrome

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Goodbye Irritable Bowel Syndrome

By Rachit Dayal
GoodbyeIBS.com

To get relief from IBS, and feel better ... you'll have to drop your preconceived notions about a "holistic lifestyle" or "healing" ... and figure out what methods can help strenthen your body.

Healing is about Cleaning Out Your Entire Life , not just your lower intestine. And there are three aspects to cleaning out your life and seeing relief from digestive IBS problems.

Diet - What you eat, how you eat and what's inside your stomach controls a large part of your life. It affects whether you're getting energy or feeling lethargic. It affects whether that food will help ease your hunger or cause the next round of diarrhea. It affects whether your body is working for you, or trying to give you urgent signs to fix your eating habits.
Lifestyle - The way you live, the activities you perform in your day and what you do with your life has more to do with your health than you can imagine. Physical activity is the basis of all energy circulation in your body - the right activities can trigger healthy hormone circulation, move adrenaline around and get your body working in top shape. Lack of activity (or ineffective activity) can take away your health and peace of mind.
Mindset - The biggest trigger for digestive problems is not bacteria or virus- It's stress. Tension and stress weakens the immune system (often more than external factors), and it hinders the body's ability to respond in a positive, healthy manner. That's why when you're under a lot of tension and stress, you fall sick more often and are unable to recover as quickly. The mind has a tremendous ability to spark off inner healing, and very few people use those tools.
I know, you're probably rolling your eyes right now thinking "What!!" ... All I want to know is how to get quick relief from IBS symptoms and get my health back, I don't want to go through a whole holistic voodoo program.

And you won't have to. There's nothing unproven, unscientific in this program - every step I ask you to take is logical, clear and very common sense. But after I show you that initial glimmer of relief, I hope you won't ignore your body and give it the right kind of attention.

The advice you'll get from me for the next 5 days will be split into three areas: Diet tweaks, Lifestyle tweaks and Mindset tweaks.

Okay, enough preparation ... time to get started!

Your Most Important Diet Tweak - Remove Caffeine

The first step we need to take when it comes to detoxing you is take a good look at what you eat. Today's we'll focus on removing the most common "trigger food".

Trigger foods are things that you may be eating, that are incompatible with your body. And when you ingest something that's incompatible with you, you'll find the symptoms coming up.

The symptoms are nothing but your body giving you a sign - it's calling out and saying "Something you're eating is causing me to go into digestive distress. Stop it!"

It's your responsibility to identify those factors and eliminate those trigger foods. In the rest of this email, I'll outline the most common triggers for people with sensitive stomachs.

The most common trigger food is Caffeine: Coffee, tea and energy drinks do a fantastic job of charging you up and giving you more energy. But they also have an inverse effect of unnecessarily exciting your digestive system. And that unnecessary excitement (aka stress) is hurting your digestive system.

So, while caffeine may be temporarily helping your energy level, it is disrupting the balance of your stomach.

Plus, caffeine has an addictive drop-off quality to its effect. When you sip a cup, the first 45 minutes is when most of it takes effect and boosts your energy level. But after that point, the drop off is so significant that your energy levels typically come down to below the normal level.

So, the energy effect you're getting from caffeine is actually an illusion. It's not really boosting your energy levels. After the initial high, it's actually bringing it down to below the normal level - and that's just bad news!

Now, I don't want to come across as a coffee-basher, so I'd say this is something you need to test out on your own. If you can reduce and remove your caffeine intake, and replace it with healthier alternatives, you'll find your energy levels go up significantly for the whole day.

And your digestive system will heal much faster.

Now, most if you remove the caffeine from your morning, how do you replace that energy high?

There are two techniques to replacing the effect caffeine has:

Green (herbal) teas and fresh fruit juices: Herbal teas are slightly different from commercial coffee/tea in that they spread their effect out over a long period of time. You can sip a herbal tea and not feel the effect for one half hour, but you'll still feel more energetic the whole day. This kind of slow-release formula is very useful. The other alternative that can be great is fresh fruit juices. There's something refreshing about a cool glass of mango or watermelon juice (maybe it's the natural sugar high).
Exercise: Physical exercise (going for a job, hitting the weights, jumping on the treadmill) can provide a high that's much more powerful than a caffeine high. Plus, there's that benefit of looking in the mirror later and having the chance to admire your newly thin tummy or ripped muscles.
One word of caution though - caffeine has an addictive high. So, if you just remove it from your diet without replacing it with the alternatives listed above, you're like to get more depressed than energetic. Remember, you can break addictions that easy - you have to replace an addiction with an alternative that also gives you a high (but is healthier).

So, that's the first step of the detox. Get rid of caffeine for a little while. Start by doing this for a 5 day experiment, and see the benefits for yourself.


And Avoid These Major Trigger Foods Too

Apart from caffeine, here are the other major trigger foods. And if you must blindly follow one instruction from all my emails and books, let it be this - avoid these categories of food at all cost.

These are proven triggers for IBS symptoms and you should stay away:
Spicy, oily and fried food (It's a hard one in some places - because if you eat out a lot, this is all the food you'll find. But you have to make an extra effort to find steamed or grilled foods to replace this)
Dairy foods (cheese, butter, sour cream, cream cheese, milk, cream, half-and half, ice cream, whipped cream, yogurt, frozen yogurt).
High-fat foods, High-protein foods & red meat (Your body is unable to create the enzymes required to break down fats)
Gassy Foods (beans, broccoli, cabbage, onions, brussel sprouts, and garlic)
There's a more detailed reference chart available for you when you purchase the book. But before that, here's a basic chart for you to refer to anytime you're eating.

To get more information click here => Goodbye Irritable Bowel Syndrome

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