Company Announces New Method of Relieving the Worst Symptoms of IBS
04/09/2013

RezVera is a specially designed supplement that helps to alleviate symptoms associated with IBS

Online PR News – 09-April-2013 – Grandville/Michigan – According to some studies, up to 20 percent of people who experience abdominal pain, stomach bloating, cramping, Diarrhea, and constipation could be suffering from the early signs of Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS). Many will prescribe a change in diet (eating more fiber), lifestyle (more exercise and minimizing stress), prescription medication, or other treatment, but a dietary supplement called RezVera is proven to be a safe, easy to use, and cost effective remedy compared to other treatments.

The National Digestive Diseases Information Clearing House, a division of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, offers this definition of IBS, a common gastrointestinal ailment: "Irritable bowel syndrome is a functional gastrointestinal (GI) disorder, meaning it is a problem caused by changes in how the (gastrointestinal) tract works. People with a functional GI disorder have frequent symptoms, but the GI tract does not become damaged."

A RezVera company spokesperson said the supplement was developed after years of research, and is proven to relieve common symptoms of IBS and help get the digestive system working again. There are three key ingredients that make RezVera effective: Aloe Vera, resveratrol, and digestive enzymes. The juices from the Aloe Vera plant help soothe an upset digestive system. Digestive Enzymes are critical in helping the body digest food; when the body's natural supply is compromised through illness or other factors, the enzymes in RezVera take over and aid in food digestion. A study by Harvard Medical School has shown that Resveratrol, found in berries and red grapes, helps blood cells live longer and promotes healthy bowel movements.

"RezVera is made from the finest all-natural ingredients available," the spokesperson said. "Many people suffer from IBS when they don't need to."

RezVera is available in pill form. The recommended dosage of one to two pills can be taken twice a day with water until symptoms of IBS subside, the spokesperson said.

"Some other supplements need to be mixed with food or come in powder form and have to be combined with water or other liquids, but we wanted to make sure RezVera was easier to use," the spokesperson said.

It is designed to work quickly, but the timeframe is different for each person based on their physiology. Unlike many supplements that place restrictions on physical or other activities once taken, RezVera has no such boundaries.

While doctors may prescribe medication to treat gastrointestinal ailments, RezVera is available as an over the counter product -- no prescription is necessary -- and can be purchased 24/7 through the company's website. In the event someone is not satisfied with how the product works, the empty bottle can be returned within 90 days for a full refund, minus the cost of shipping. RezVera is not known to produce negative side effects, but the company spokesperson encourages people who buy the product to review the ingredients to be aware of potential allergic reactions.

About RezVera

RezVera is an all-natural supplement designed for those suffering from IBS and other gastrointestinal disorders. It uses a combination of Resveratrol and 18 all-natural enzymes to help return the digestive system to natural working order. For more details, visit http://rezvera.com.

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