So let’s talk about wind, not the breezy hill top walk kind, the kind that leaves your stomach bloated like a helium filled party balloon, the kind that causes pain and discomfort, the kind that leaves you needing to rush off and, err ‘release’ in private. Not to mention the kind that needs some cover noise in a public loo! Is the TMI for you? Well tough because IBS affects one in five people in the UK.
I’ve had it on and off for years since having children, I think the early years combined with going back to work set off the stress and left me with little time to eat properly or mindfully, in-between meetings, pick up drops offs and bedtime.
Of course IBS affects everyone differently and I’ve tried several things to help, but nothing seemed to make much of an inroad. Some think IBS is a result of food and drink moving too fast or too slow though gut, which to me makes sense. It’s unrealistic to look for a magic cure and one size fits all miracles, so you have to try and find what works for you. So I’ve been using Symprove for 12 weeks now and for those who can’t wait to know how I got on; it worked beautifully.
You just swig back a small cup (which comes in the box) each morning and each cup contains 10 billion live bacteria, simple. You keep it in the fridge once opened, so every morning before the children were awake I plod to the fridge have my dose and get cracking with my children’s breakfast and packed lunches. Even I could manage that!
Symprove is a water-based multi-strain supplement that contains 4 unique strains of live activated bacteria. These include: L. rhamnosus, E. faecium, L. acidophilus, and L. plantarum. Normally a healthy gut would already contain all four of these, however when it doesn’t, it can soon become unbalanced. Is there are science or facts to back up the product? Yes; breakthrough independent research by University College London (UCL), where they tested mainstream probiotics on sale in the UK, shows that Symprove is the only product they tested that could meet all three challenges of being able to arrive, survive, thrive and colonise in the gut.
To me it made sense that my gut needed help in doing its job, eating less and more frequently and having better diet has helped, but you wouldn’t ride a bike with a rusty chain without adding some oil or grease to give you a smoother more comfortable ride, would you? I like a simple no brainer solution and doing this each morning became s second nature. I longer feel as if I’ve swallowed a party balloon and my gut feels as if normal service has been resumed, at long last!
So if you are an IBS devote and don’t wish to be any longer, I suggest you give this try
For more details have a look here http://www.symprove.com/