An article published August 7, 2014 in the official website of Web MD is citing the new guidelines of Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS). The issuance of these new guidelines, according to Purely Scientific Company, is helpful as it emphasizes the significant role of probiotics in remedying the symptoms of IBS.
“Probiotics are ‘good’ bacteria that help your digestive tract. The guidelines say they can improve symptoms such as bloating and flatulence in IBS,” says the Web MD article.
“We’re happy about this development, since people will now appreciate our drive and commitment to help them address IBS, which is a challenging health condition affecting many,” says Donald B. Opp, Spokesperson of “3-in-1 Digestive Formula” of Purely Scientific.
The said digestive formula contains probiotics (considered as a potent IBS remedy), together with medical-grade digestive enzymes.
Besides the useful microorganisms, the New IBS Guidelines of Web MD also include those medicines such as Amitiza (lubiprostone) and Linzess (linaclotide) may positively impact the affected digestive tract. Further, changing diets also can play an important role in the mitigation of IBS symptoms.
“Considering this progress,” Opp adds, “would be helpful to a lot of people as they are given a wider range of choices, from the usual medicines to the role of useful and effective microorganisms in the human digestive system.”
The provision of this new understanding, according to Purely Scientific, could deepen the value of its digestive formula that is available in Amazon through a product webpage. It also has an affordable price for the potential consumers.