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Irritable Bowel Syndrome

An Overview from Janine Blackman, M.D.

By far the most common reason patients visit gastroenterologists is for help with irritable bowel syndrome, or IBS, also known as spastic colon. Although the condition is not dangerous, nor does it lead to anything.... more

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Help your Irritable Bowel Syndrome through what you eat
Check out our Food Remedies for this condition, or jump straight to one of our Mega-Recipes for Irritable Bowel Syndrome.

Mega Recipes
Lentil Vegetable Pilaf
Butternut-Brown Rice Pilaf


Keep up on cutting-edge research about Irritable Bowel Syndrome
We'll give you important details on recent scientific findings and explain how they may directly affect your health.

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