Irritable bowel is a common condition two can cause stomach cramps, diarrhoea, bloating and constipation but there is a new probiotic available help with all these elements.
IBS is said to effect 20% of people at some point in their life and while there are a lot of remedies available for IBS, this Alflorex probiotic supplement has been proven in scientific trials to target and alleviate the signs IBS.
Even though the definitive reasons for IBS are unknown but experts say an increased sensitivity of the gut and problems digesting food are the main cause.
In the past, identifying problematic foods and avoiding stress would be the main ways to combat IBS,
but a new probiotic called Alflorex is believed to be an effective solution.
With more than 15 years of Clinical research and 75 leading scientific publications alflorex contains a probiotic strain that specifically targets the symptoms of IBS.
The strain called "B.infantis 35624" one of the few strains tested in high quality clinical studies to help with the symptoms of IBS. This research has been published in the American journal of gastroenterology.
The researchers could identify a particular bacteria composition in patients who have severe IBS giving evidence that our gut bacteria play a large part in our symptoms.
This unique bacteria is part of the Bifidobacterium family of bacteria, the family of bacteria passed from mothers to babies at birth. It is native to the human gut and at home there.