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Book that helps me to beat my diseas (Irritable Bowel Syndrome)
<div class="text"]] [[p]]The Mystery of IBS and My Path to Freedom by Larissa Sawicki[[p]]I just wanna say this book has become my go to book on Irritable Bowel Syndrome! If you come away with anything out of this book you'll become mindful of other therapies meant to heal instead of providing a temporary band-aide for IBS. Larissa Sawicki does an amazing job of expanding knowledge and mindset about holistic therapy and how doctors and pharmaceutical companies impact this disease.[[p]]This book pushes the point on our blind faith of doctor's pill-popping solutions and our mindless approach to only seek prescriptions (something I know all too well). If you have experienced the merry-go-round of cramping, bloating and bowel problems this book seems to offer an alternative approach well worth exploring. I can't say this book is an investment in changing your life, but I can say it was with mine. This book is far from a one-stop-shop of all knowing solutions like many other books I've read. Instead, it provides helpful insight into approximate causes of IBS and several complimentary treatments that may very well take the place of prescription medicines (as it did for me).[[p]]For example, I didn't have a clue about any potential links between IBS and electromagnetic fields; or mind-body connections.[[p]]In an unapologetic approach, Larissa Sawicki identifies several ways IBS continues to become victimless including our haste to blindly adopt our doctor's one-way approach, and the pharmaceutical approach to mislead the public and our neglect to look into scientific research with the abundance of claims about curative powers of complimentary therapies. Admittedly, a mere 15 minutes with my doctor and I'm out the door with a prescription in hand, without a thought or a question about alternative treatments that work just as well. The Mystery of IBS and My Path to Freedom brings to light how we tend to accept the norm without questioning or rationalizing. Overall, the book provides a new of thinking, several new ways of healing, if you choose to look into new therapies. Buying this book made me realize how short sided I've been about IBS.[[p]]
Sounds like a good read. I still struggle from time to time with IBS. Been having quite a bit of mucus in my stools after eating certain things. I think a large percent of it definitely has to do with diet.

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