Frequent travelers now have more recourse than simply not drinking the local water and eat local food
Online PR News – 10-January-2011 – – Frequent international travelers know the symptoms of Travelers diarrhea, including the cramping and sudden need to run to the restroom, even in the middle of an important business meeting or while visiting a once-in-a-lifetime attraction. While conventional wisdom says, “Don’t drink the water and you will be fine,” many know that this simply doesn’t always work. No matter how much they avoid the water or food, they seem to still get sick. New research shows that the actual culprit may come from your own gut, not necessarily the food you are eating.
The modern American eats a highly processed diet. This diet strips the digestive system of naturally occurring digestive enzymes. These enzymes help the body break down food completely, eliminating problems like diarrhea, bloating, gas, and even constipation. Without these enzymes, Americans are more prone to these common digestive complaints.
Because your body adjusts to the food you regularly eat, you may not have these problems on a regular basis. However, researchers have noticed that introducing foods that are not normally eaten, such as the foreign ingredients and spices international travelers eat, can trigger a digestive complaint. Without those enzymes, the body cannot properly break down foods it does not typically eat, and the result is traveler’s diarrhea, even when the traveler is very careful to avoid the water.
This finding is good news to frequent international travelers. The CDC estimates that as many as 50 percent of all international travelers, which translates into 10 million people, suffer from traveler’s diarrhea. Finding a way to restore those digestive enzymes and then avoiding the water or potentially contaminated foods can help combat the problem.
One of the solution is a product called RezVera. This supplement combines digestive enzymes with other natural ingredients to calm the digestive system and help combat these common ailments. When asked about the product, a spokesperson for RezVera said, “We created RezVera to help individuals with Irritable Bowel Syndrome and other digestive complaints. We were thrilled when we learned that our customers found it also helped them with traveler’s diarrhea.” The fact that the product restores digestive enzymes seems to point to it being a possible solution for traveler’s diarrhea.
RezVera is a 100 percent natural supplement that restores the digestive system through the healing power of aloe vera, the addition of digestive enzymes, and an ingredient found in red wine. Originally created to provide a solution to Irritable Bowel Syndrome, the supplement is now used for all types of digestive complaints. To learn more about RezVera, visit www.RezVera.com