If you have an Irratable Bowel Disease (IBD) condition, like Crohn’s disease or ulcerative colitis, today, I'm going to ask you to spend a moment considering what goes into your body instead of what’s coming OUT of your body.
That's because a new study out of Ireland may finally offer you an escape from running to the loo every-so-often and experiencing Irritable bowel syndrome symptoms
. And, this solution is so incredibly easy... It's probably in dozens of foods in your kitchen right now.
Irritable bowel syndrome symptoms is no laughing matter...
Before I tell you what it is, first, you need to understand how Irratable Bowel Disease conditions like Crohn’s are literally eating your bowels alive!
You see, when you find yourself rushing to the nearest toilet, what's actully happening is your body’s immune system
is unleashing warfare on your intestines... Inflicting pain
and forcing you to evacuate your bowels. This causes permanent damage to your gut.
And that's what makes the Irish study I mentioned earlier so significant. A Trinity College Dublin research team discovered that retinoic acid - a dietary molecule of vitamin A - could stop the intestines from flaring up. This will prevent further damage to the gut and it could even help repair the damage from previous IBD attacks!
In the study published in The Journal of Experimental Medicine, a regular dose of retinoic acid administered to mice helped conquer their Irritable bowel syndrome symptoms
This good news could mean living a normal life again for tens of thousands of people affected by IBD. And, there's even more good news: Retinoic acid is derived from vitamin A.
To relieve your Irritable bowel syndrome symptoms, be sure to stock up on foods rich in vitamin A, like kale, carrots, sweet potatoes and apricots.
Did our Creator make a PERFECT FOOD?
Stunned researchers now say "YES." Gram for gram, this amazing discovery packs awesome amounts of Omega 3 fatty acids, plus:
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5 times more calcium than whole milk...
13 times more magnesium than broccoli...
3 times more antioxidant power than fresh blueberries...
More fiber than flaxseed...
More protein than soy...