It has been noted by science, through the years of intensified studies, which modern-day diseases, including Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), need deeper understanding for them to be addressed successfully. To help treat IBS, Professor Bengt Jeppson of Lund University in Dubai considers probiotics as an effective remedy.
Posted recently in the official website of The Gulf Today is a statement of Professor Jeppson: “Probiotics is a preventive treatment as observed in the majority of patients, particularly those suffering from Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), who need not undergo surgery if their gut flora were protected from harmful bacteria.”
The role of the useful microorganisms is to combat against the bad bacteria that may affect the healthy condition of the gut. As the gastrointestinal tract is getting healthier, probiotics also improve the entire digestion process.
Meanwhile, scientists presently have an increasing concern about the impact of global ballooning population and global warming. There has been a rising trend of modern-day diseases, which create serious detrimental effects on worldwide health. As this phenomenon happens, it is necessary then to expand scientific studies in order to develop more potent medical treatments and remedies.
“IBS is considered as one of the modern-day diseases, as it is considerably derived from food consumed. The highly processed nature of modern foods causes irritation, and even inflammation, of the gastrointestinal tract. Hence, we made our ‘3-in-1 Digestive Formula’ available in Amazon to help people address those modern-day health issues,” says Donald B. Opp, Spokesperson of Purely Scientific Company.
Despite technological advancements that trigger the availability and readiness of advanced health cures, the world is still facing new forms of illnesses. In fact, according to Jeppson, “the development of new diseases far outpaces the progress in science and technology.” Thus, more studies are needed.
The 3-in-1 Digestive Formula, which contains probiotics and digestive enzymes, which was previously only dispensed to doctors, is now available in Amazon, at an affordable price for potential consumers.