A medical program to beat IBS.

Do you suffer from abdominal pain, cramps, diarrhoea, constipation, bloating or fatigue?

Have you been diagnosed with Irritable Bowel Syndrome or IBS?

Is your gut stopping you from living a full and healthy life?

Our 100% natural 28-Day Program can help.

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The natural way to beat IBS

Our 28-Day Program is completely natural. It not only relieves the symptoms of IBS, but treats the underlying cause.

Done at home, the program combines 100% natural prebiotic and probiotic supplements with easy-to-follow dietary advice to help rebalance the gut microbiome.

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Relieves the symptoms and treats the cause of IBS

Our 2-phase program rebalances the microbiome by cleansing the gut of bad bacteria then reloading it with good probiotic bacteria. This is the only effective treatment for IBS.

Promotes good gut function

The nutrients made from good bacteria help calm the gut nervous system and restore normal bowel movements.

Improves digestion

The trillions of good bacteria that are the result of a healthy gut microbiome play an important role in the digestion process and your general health.

Makes vital nutrients

Probiotic bacteria turn certain foods into important nutrients that enable the gut to operate properly and help us stay healthy.

Promotes weight loss

Good probiotic bacteria make nutrients that can reduce sweet food cravings and help control body weight.

Improves your mood

Your brain is intimately connected to your gut microbiome. A healthy functioning gut is critical to having a happy mood and managing depression.

Promotes heart health

Current research has linked gut dysbiosis to heart disease. Reloading the gut with good bacteria has been shown to lower cholesterol and reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease.

Supports better memory

A healthy microbiome helps improve your memory and concentration.

Clears the head

When your microbiome is balanced with good probiotic bacteria, nutrients are made that help reduce brain fog.

Encourages better sleep

IBS can lead to secondary psychological symptoms like anxiety, stress, poor sleep and even depression. A healthy microbiome helps the body return to normal sleep patterns

Boosts Energy

An imbalance of bad bacteria can cause symptoms like fatigue and low mood. A healthy microbiome gives a renewed sense of wellness and boosts energy.

Clears the skin

Research shows that a healthy microbiome can have a positive effect on eczema, dry flaky skin, intermittent rashes, acne, redness, and itching.

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Please note: IBS is a complicated disease, and every case is different. Individual results and benefits may vary.

What is IBS?

Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) is the most common gastrointestinal disorder with around one in five people* experiencing the unpleasant symptoms of IBS at some time in their lives.

Given its prevalence, IBS is surprisingly misunderstood among the general public – and even healthcare practitioners, with traditional medicine offering little by way of effective treatment.

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Medically based

Traditional medicine has struggled to manage patients with chronic irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) for decades. The prevailing view being, that the cause of IBS is largely unknown and there is no effective treatment.

BUT, medical research has shown us that IBS occurs when there is a bacterial imbalance in the gut microbiome called dysbiosis and that correction of this imbalance is a valid way to treat IBS.

Our program combines prebiotic and probiotic supplements with easy to follow dietary advice to help rebalance the gut microbiome.

How do we rebalance the microbiome?

Dietary advice

There is no diet that will cure IBS. However, the right dietary advice combined with tailored prebiotic and probiotic supplements can achieve desired outcomes. Our easy-to-follow diet has been designed to suit your lifestyle and is intended as a guide only. You can take out of it, what you want. All our dietary advice has been developed in consultation with a qualified Dietitian.

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