Research: NAHAS,

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Abstract

NAHAS, Seekers Centre for Integrative Medicine, 942 Merivale Road, Ottawa, Ontario, K1Z 5Z9, Canada. richard@seekerscentre.com reviews potentially relevant factors, including gluten and other food allergies, the candida syndrome and biofilm, interference fields and post-infectious IBS, as well as mind-body factors that have been commonly emphasized by practitioners who treat IBS and patients who have the disease

Background

Previous reviews have highlighted complementary and alternative medicine therapies that are used to treat irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) based on published clinical trial data.

Methodology

Here the author describes and comments on a number of potentially relevant factors that have been commonly emphasized by practitioners who treat IBS and patients who have the disease.

Results

They include gluten and other food allergies, the candida syndrome and biofilm, interference fields and post-infectious IBS, as well as mind-body factors.

Conclusion

References

Nahas R. Irritable bowel syndrome: common integrative medicine perspectives. [Review] Source Chinese Journal of Integrative Medicine. 17(6):410-3. Jun 2011.

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