irritable bowel syndrome

  1. WEIRD bacteria secret REVERSES irritable bowel syndrome

    Antibiotics have been getting a bad rap for a while now, despite mainstream’s best efforts.

    They’ve been at the center of superbugs like MRSA that have caused hospitals to shut down… and virtually incurable illnesses.

    Meanwhile, evidence is stacking up that instead of using antibiotics to WIPE OUT our systems, bacteria can actually be one of our GREATEST ALLIES in fighting off disease.

    Today, I’ll let you in on the newest revelation—how bacteria might be the answer to irritable bowel disease (IBD)!

    How sewage made scientists rethink antibiotics

    Researchers are learning lessons from a case that occurred back in 2017...

    A man infected with a deadly bacteria called Acinetobacter baumannii was totally unresponsive to antibiotics. And he was dying.

    What ultimately saved his life sounds unconventional: bacteriophages (natural bacteria found in soil, water, and human waste) were harvested from sewage and delivered to him intravenously!

    The case, and ensuing studies, have led scientists to treat IBD via bacteriophages.

    Here’s how it works...

    The bacteriophages GOBBLE UP pathogenic (disease-causing) bacteria in your gut. They’re part of a “clean-up crew” your immune system relies on.

    The new study makes clear the strong connection between your microbiome and IBD.

    But while it would be nice to take a bacteriophage and wipe out IBD, it’s just not that simple… or easy.

    That’s why I’m going to show you a simple solution that lets you capitalize on this new science...

    The link between IBD and your gut health

    You can drastically improve IBD by working on the root cause of it: the pathogenic bacteria that’s lining your gut.

    A multi-strain probiotic in the BILLIONS can start you on the right path to reversing IBD.

    But the most effective way to prevent the proliferation of pathogenic bacteria is humble fiber!

    Best of all, it’s simple to do… and incredibly cheap.

    Eating high fiber vegetables like broccoli and even sweet potato will provide your gut microbiome with the best defender possible.

    See, your gut bacteria is “a matter of two wolves”; the “bad” bacteria eat sugar, while the good feed on fiber.

    Whichever “wolf” you feed will propagate and win the battle!

    Getting plenty of fiber (to the tune of 25 grams per day) can turn the tides in your gut… starve bad bacteria out… and reverse IBD.

  2. Irritable bowel syndrome test in development

    You certainly don’t need a test to figure out when it’s raining, and you don’t need one for irritable bowel syndrome either.

    Trust me, when you’ve got it, you KNOW it -- so I’m going to call BS on the new test for IBS.

    It’s not for the benefit of patients, and it’s not even for their doctors (many of whom wrongly believe IBS is an entirely mental condition).

    It’s a tool to extract more cash from your bank account to be deposited into a drug companies coffers -- but just not how you might think.

    You won’t find this written in the glowing media coverage, but this “test” is being developed to help sell the antibiotic rifaximin, which Salix Pharmaceuticals is pushing as the next big IBS cure.

    Just one problem: It does no such thing. It MIGHT help some patients with one form of IBS, but so far even the easily impressed FDA hasn’t been convinced. The feds haven’t actually approved it for the disease yet.

    You know what would help them out? A test that redefines IBS to match what this drug treats -- and that’s just what this is, because while IBS has many possible causes, this test looks for just one of them.

    And it just so happens to be the one the drug might treat.

    The test detects antibodies in the blood linked to a bacterial infection caused by food poisoning. That infection, in turn, can cause the immune system to overreact and lash out at the intestine even when the toxin itself is gone.

    This “cause” is so uncommon that more than half of all IBS patients given the test come up negative. Despite the huge failure rate, it’s being pushed by its inventor, Dr. Mark Pimentel of Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles.

    Why is he so big on it?

    Just check out this whopper of a disclosure from a 2011 press release from the hospital:

    Rifaximin is marketed by Salix Pharmaceuticals, Inc. Salix also provided funding for the studies. Dr. Pimentel discovered the use of rifaximin for IBS, and Cedars-Sinai holds patent rights to this discovery and has licensed rights to the invention to Salix. Dr. Pimentel is a consultant to Salix and serves on its scientific advisory board.

    Fox meet henhouse. Talk about a codependent relationship! Everyone in this love triangle between the hospital, the doctor and the company has a vested financial interest in this drug.

    And that means none of them have a vested interest in YOU.

    That’s what I’m here for. If you’ve got IBS, you don’t need an inaccurate test or an unapproved drug.

    You need ACTION.

    In most cases, the condition is caused or worsened by diet. Many people do well by eliminating processed foods and taking supplements with probiotics and digestive enzymes.

    Work closely with a doc who knows how to spot ALL the possible causes of IBS and knows the best ways to treat them. I recommend an experienced member of the American College for Advancement in Medicine. Use their Physician+Link tool on their website to locate a doc near you.

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