RezVera relieves and soothes the worst affects of Traveler's Diarrhea
Online PR News – 11-September-2012 – Grandville/Michigan – More than 10 million travelers each year suffer from symptoms of a gastrointestinal disorder that affects them more than any other, an ailment called Traveler’s Diarrhea (TD). According to the United States Department of Health and Human Resources, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), these people account for nearly half of everyone who vacations or travels to another city or country each year. The worst symptoms of TD are loose bowel movements five times or more each day, stomach bloating, gas, and an upset stomach. Fortunately, traveler’s now have a simple, easy to use remedy available online that relieves many of these symptoms, an all-natural dietary supplement called RezVera.
“Travelling, especially to another country where food or beverages may be suspect, is bad enough,” a RezVera company spokesperson said via email. “But when you combine that with a bowel problem like Traveler’s Diarrhea, then you’re talking serious discomfort. I’ve been in that position before, but our company has developed a natural supplement that limits most of the worst symptoms of TD.”
People who suffer from TD report a number of common symptoms they fight through each day, among them gas, stomach cramps, constipation, irregular bowel movements, and a sense of urgency for having a bowel movement after having just completed one. Traveler’s Diarrhea has many possible causes, but the most likely culprits are ingesting food or water poisoned by human or animal fecal matter – a common occurrence in many third world or developing countries. These all point to a digestive system that isn’t working properly.
While RezVera’s 18 all-natural ingredients work in concert to minimize the worst symptoms of TD, perhaps none is more important that resveratrol. A naturally occurring stilbenoid, it’s found in red grape skin, Japanese knotweed, peanuts, blueberries and some other berries. According to the Mayo Clinic, “Resveratrol might be a key ingredient in red wine that helps prevent damage to blood vessels, reduces "bad" cholesterol and prevents blood clots.” In the plant world, its powerful antioxidant properties give plants a powerful defense against environmental dangers. The antioxidants in Resveratrol help neutralize free radicals that are believed to cause aging. Some research states that for people suffering from gastrointestinal disorders, Resveratrol’s unquestionable benefit is reversing damage to blood vessels when acting as an anti-inflammatory, reducing bad cholesterol and preventing blood clots.
RezVera tablets can be taken daily once or twice with water before meals, and the supplement has no known side effects. A company spokesperson recommends that allergy sufferers read all packaging to make sure they aren’t subject to adverse affects from any of the ingredients.
Many people who’ve suffered from TD and other gastrointestinal ailments have praised RezVera, including Matthew R. who said, “I can’t tell you how many times I’ve been overseas and had to eat or drink god knows what, and the end result is more time spent on the toilet than I care to admit. It’s never comfortable, but I’ve learned to manage symptoms of TD by using RezVera. I recommend it very highly.”
RezVera is a breakthrough supplement designed for those suffering from IBS and related symptoms. It uses a combination of Aloe Vera and 18 all-natural enzymes to help return the digestive system to natural working order. For more details, visit http://rezvera.com.