Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) can be found all around the world, in every nation. It’s not named as a disease because doctors can’t agree on what exactly it is. Yet because of  the medical community’s inability to accurately diagnose it, millions of people are just told that it’s all in their imagination . . .

But, it’s not!

Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) is triggered by under-nutrition (lack of green food) and has many symptoms related to an immune deficiency. This immune deficiency responds by causing inflammation and pain. The irony is that in the nations that consume the most food, especially fast food, have the highest reported incidences of IBS.

A poor IBS diet, such as fast food, is full of toxins and lacks any essential nutrients, leading to bloating and constipation. If it did you could live on fast food and be healthy too, but that’s not the case. 

The problem is we lack diversity and moderation. I know because I’ve been there. I know what it’s like to be on the road and when you get hungry, you eat whatever is convenient. Next thing you know, you are stuck in a pattern of eating the same things.

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again . . . the most important nutrient is the one your missing. Apparently millions of people are missing the same nutrients because they are all complaining about the same symptoms, the symptoms of Irritable Bowel Syndrome: bloating, constipation, inflammation and pain.

One thing I know for certain IBS is NOT a drug deficiency.

Even animals know to change their diet when they are ill. Sick and weak animals have been observed in the wild chewing on green food such as grasses or specific plants to help cure their aliments. Many ancient writings and texts from all over the world refer to the importance of eating certain herbs, grasses, leaves and fruits for their health giving qualities.  This just might be the simple IBS Diet Cure you are looking for.

Amazing thing is, ancient medicine men learned from observing these animals and after thousands of years of successfully using plants, new science is verifying the same thing . . . Herbs heal!

Many of these grasses and herbs actually have a pleasant taste like Meadowsweet, very similar to slippery elms bark.

Another favorite is German Chamomile, your Grandmother may have given you Chamomile tea to soothe your stomach and help you sleep once upon a time.

Would it surprise you to know slippery elms bark is rich in beneficial trace minerals like manganese and iodine? Plus, it is also a source of protein. They all have something beneficial to offer you, if you care to look…The #1 recommended IBS diet is to follow the exact steps detailed in The Simple IBS Remedy Report.  Click Here for the Irritable Bowel Syndrome Cure.

Learn from the successes of those before you and from Mother Nature and the creations around you. Get off the beaten track and make a new path toward your own healing experience. 

If you suffer from IBS constipation, bloating, inflammation and pain, all I can tell you is to think Green Food!