Take it from someone who NO LONGER suffers from chronic IBS – it’s not about how hard you try.
Like you, I did all the things:
The tests, the colonoscopy, the doctors, the GI specialists, the diets, the meds (though I was intolerant to most of them).… Read more
If you are suffering from chronic constipation – you are really suffering! And traditional treatments may not be getting you far. So here is what you can do for your IBS-C instead.
The physical route to relieve chronic constipation
For many of you, you have already been the traditional physical route.… Read more
With IBS we are often chronically aware of all our shortcomings, all that we are not. But IBS does not define all that you are. I want to pay tribute to all that you ARE, especially today, IBS Awareness Day.… Read more
I was working with a lady (we’ll call her Alex) who had suffered from IBS for years. She wanted to understand what was behind the symptoms she was experiencing, and finally get some relief. [Your IBS might work like this too.]… Read more
So you have tried a low Fodmaps diet, reducing sugar and processed foods. You’ve been tested for SIBO and Candida, and sorted those out. And you are STILL suffering with IBS and wondering what else might be the cause?… Read more
When I was still suffering from IBS, I could not see the effects of the dark side of IBS. Now I can clearly see this spiral, and I’m sharing it with you so you can start noticing it too – and acting on it.… Read more
Life can get really serious when you have IBS. You spend a lot of time and energy trying to handle your IBS symptoms. How would you like to take your mind off your IBS and get a little respite?… Read more
Do you get the impression there’s something you’re missing about IBS and food? You’re intolerant to the foods you love. And whatever you do, you never seem to really master your diet and your IBS symptoms?… Read more
Do you feel that your IBS symptoms don’t make sense? It’s a common problem. One day you will be relatively fine, and the next you will have a flare-up for no apparent reason. And this is particularly frustrating if you are doing your very best to avoid these flare-ups and lead a ‘normal’ life.… Read more
In my work with IBS sufferers, I have found that many are just like me – sensitive people. In fact IBS and being sensitive often go together.
If you are a sensitive person, you know. You are gentle, empathic and genuinely interested in others.… Read more