Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) refers to a complex disorder of the lower intestinal tract. IBS involves a combination of abdominal pain and alternating constipation and diarrhea with many possible causes including food sensitivities, bacteria/fungus/parasites resulting in intestinal infection, and accumulation of toxicity in the body.
Lean N Clean® restores healthy function to the bowel while reducing gas and bloating. Lean N Clean® is an all natural indigestion remedy and does not contain stimulants or chemicals. Lean N Clean® is gentle and allows you get back to a healthy functioning bowel.
"Lean-N-Clean® has saved me from having colon surgery. I suffered from diverticulitis and IBS for 6 years. I used to have cramping, bloating, a lot of gas, constipation and abdominal pain from mild to severe. I felt so uncomfortable all the time that it interfered with my work. I was irritable because it was not a subject I wanted to share with other people. My doctor prescribed Bentyl and Librax for me. These drugs were only giving me symptomatic relief. My diverticulitis deteriorated to the point that my doctor wanted me to have surgery to remove part of my colon.
I found Lean-N-Clean® and decided to give it a try. I experienced 100% improvement in one month. Lean-N-Clean® has saved me from having colon surgery! Even though I no longer have any diverticulitis and IBS symptoms, I continue to take Lean-N-Clean® for maintenance. I have been taking it for 3 years now. Even my doctor approved it."
-Irene B., Littleton, CO
Dietary changes can be helpful, but no specific IBS relief diet can be recommended in general because the condition differs from one person to another. However, using Lean N Clean® to increase dietary fiber and avoiding items that stimulate the intestines such as caffeine can help.
Unfortunately, it's not known exactly what causes irritable bowel syndrome. The walls of the intestines are lined with layers of muscle that contract and relax in a coordinated rhythm as they move food from your stomach through your intestinal tract to your rectum. If you have irritable bowel syndrome, the contractions may be stronger and last longer than normal. Consequently, food is forced through your intestines more quickly, causing gas, bloating, and diarrhea. In some cases, the opposite occurs. Food passage slows, and stools become hard and dry.
Abnormalities in your nervous system or colon also may play a role, causing you to experience greater than normal discomfort when your abdomen stretches from gas.
Symptoms range from mild to severe, and can be worsened by emotional stress. Most commonly, patients often experience rumbling in the bowels, a sense of incomplete evacuation, urgency (having to rush to have a bowel movement), straining during a bowel movement, passing mucous, and abdominal fullness, bloating or swelling.
Lifestyle changes can also be helpful in some cases of IBS. For example, regular exercise and improved sleep habits may reduce anxiety and help relieve bowel symptoms. It is not clear why patients develop IBS. It can occur at any age, but often begins in adolescence or early
adulthood. It is more common in women.