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The Full Regime in One Place

  • Phase 1: - Keep a diary covering at least four distinct irritable bowel syndrome attacks and look closely at the 48 hours before each attack to identify any common factors. Eliminate those factors.
  • Then:-
    • Strictly exclude milk and milk products for eighteen months
    • Exclude egg white, yeast, almonds and cashew nuts for six months
    • Avoid non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs
    • drink alcohol in moderation.
  • At the same time: -
    • Sort out a routine
    • and build in exercise
    • sort out a stressor a day
    • Listen to your cd or mp3 according to its instructions
  • At the same time: -
    • Take enteric-coated mint tablets for six months
    • consider Agnus Castus if you are a woman and your problem is cyclic
  • After six months:-
    • Reintroduce almond, cashew nuts, egg white and yeast, at one month intervals and with small portions at first. If irritable bowel syndrome returns or worsens exclude them for six more months.
    • Stop enteric coated mint tablets
    • Reduce listening to the cd or mp3 to a "need to do so" basis
  • After one year:-
    • Reintroduce milk products with very small portions first. If irritable bowel syndrome returns or worsens exclude them for six more months

In a Nutshell

These are the main action points:-

  • Eliminate milk and milk products for 18 months
  • Listen to a stress releiving cd or mp3 daily for 6 months
  • Take enteric coated mint tablets for 6 months

General Measures

Because irritable bowel syndrome is a problem that comes and goes and leaves you feeling perfectly healthy between times, it is difficult to suggest advice that will not seem overly restrictive during those days when things are normal. It is difficult to be disciplined when you are waiting for something not to happen. This list of factors implicated in irritable bowel syndrome is not exhaustive and the things are mentioned so as to give you a few pointers in the direction of where to look for trigger factors. These include:-

  • overtiredness
  • fever
  • irregular meals
  • rushed meals
  • the general disturbance caused by travelling

It is very difficult to provide anything other than an outline list, as the number of precipitating factors is as many as there are people with irritable bowel syndrome. Most sufferers will have a good idea from their experience what the likely factors are in their special case. If you are a woman a diary will help you to see whether the irritable bowel syndrome follow the cyclical hormonal pattern but you would need to keep up the entries for a few months to be reasonably certain of this. If you want to simplify the work of identifying the triggers you should first do your best to eliminate the factors over which you have some control. This might mean no late nights or lay ins, no smoky parties and three meals a day of even size. Already the regime is perhaps getting irksome and one of the fundamental ideas behind this little book is a technique that addresses all the range of factors simply.


By then the routines that you use should be established. If your life circumstances change and the irritable bowel syndrome returns you may need to review the system from the beginning. If all is well you should by now be eating and drinking what you like and have a healthy lifestyle with much reduced irritable bowel syndrome or hopefully none at all.

I hope that this helps you to lose your irritable bowel syndrome NOW!

Warning:- This advice is not intended to be a do-it-yourself diagnostic kit. All abdominal pains should be taken seriously and should be properly diagnosed by a doctor who can take an accurate medical history and examine you. The use of the recommendations in this book comes very firmly after the correct diagnosis of irritable bowel syndrome has been made. The contents of the book deal with the treatment of irritable bowel syndrome by complementary methods. The explanations given are intended to inform, empower and allow you to help yourself only after a proper diagnosis has been made.

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