Use RezVera to help relieve the effects of Traveler's diarrhea
Online PR News – 26-June-2012 – Grandville/Michigan – According to the United States Department of Health and Human Resources, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Traveler’s Diarrhea (TD) is the most common ailment affecting more than 10 million travelers each year. This shocking number represents up to 50 percent of those vacationing or otherwise travelling to a different city or country every year. It's most common symptoms are loose bowel movements five times or more each day, an upset stomach, stomach bloating, and gas. But thankfully, there’s a simple, inexpensive remedy on the market that addresses many of the symptoms of TD, an all-natural dietary supplement called RezVera.
RezVera addresses many of the symptoms of TD through a proprietary blend of Aloe Vera, 18 digestive enzymes and Resveratrol. Aloe Vera is especially important, as the results of clinical studies reported by the CDC indicate it is an effective treatment for inflammatory bowel disease and other disorders like TD.
People who suffer from TD report a daily onset of the other symptoms: chronic constipation, sour stomach, flatulence, and a sense of urgency for having a bowel movement when it doesn’t seem possible. It has a number of possible causes, but is mostly the result of travelers consuming water or food contaminated by animal or human fecal matter. TD and other gastrointestinal disorders are symptomatic of an irregularly functioning digestive system.
“It’s really horrible when people travelling suffer through something like TD,” a RezVera spokesman said recently via email. “A lot of times it’s difficult to have a normal bowel movement in a foreign location where you may not be comfortable to begin with, but compound that with TD.
“But we can address those problems because we’ve developed an all-natural remedy that helps address TD and other common gastrointestinal disorders.”
For many clinicians, preventing TD is as simple as avoiding food or water sold by street vendors in countries in America, Africa, the Middle East, and Asia, and staying away from raw or undercooked fruits and vegetables. But for travelers whose dietary options may be severely limited, RezVera presents an easier and less expensive alternative, the company spokesman said.
Taking RezVera is as simple as following the directions on the product packaging: Twice a day with water after meals, and for as long as symptoms persist. The company also offers a 30-day money back return policy.
Derrick S. from New York City is a frequent traveler to countries in Africa and has been bothered by TD for years, but RezVera has been an effective remedy he enthusiastically recommends to fellow travelers.
“RezVera’s been a huge relief,” he said. “TD doesn’t bother me the way it used to, and I’m not as worried about buying food and water from street vendors either.”
RezVera is an all-natural dietary supplement that is available in capsule form. It has no known negative side effects, and can be taken twice daily for several weeks, or for as long as symptoms of Traveler’s Diarrhea persist. For more information, visit the website.