A Valentine's Day Gift from the Heart that's Good for the Stomach

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It's tough to feel romantic when you suffer with Irritable Bowel Syndrome or Lactose Intolerance - even if it's Valentine's Day. So along with jewelry, roses, candy and a day at the spa, give your loved ones the gift of good digestive health this Valentine's Day and the freedom to live life with passion - the freedom to feel and be romantic. Digestive Advantage Irritable Bowel Syndrome and Digestive Advantage Lactose Intolerance Therapy contain probiotics or "healthy" bacteria that help with digestive relief.

Many of my patients have had great results by following this regimen

Having a headache can certainly ruin a romantic mood, but for the 60 million plus Americans who suffer each day with Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) and Lactose Intolerance, it's tough to feel romantic - even if it is Valentines Day. Some doctors refer to people with IBS as "bowel cripples." They get an aisle seat in the last row of a plane, make sure they sit near the bathroom at restaurants and know where every public bathroom is when they drive to work or run errands. This Valentine's Day, along with jewelry, roses, candy or a day at the spa, give your loved ones the gift of good digestive health and the freedom to live life with passion.

Chances are that you or someone you know has digestive problems and lives their life with abdominal pain, bloating, gas, or constipation and may have even been diagnosed with Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Lactose Intolerance or Crohn's & Colitis. Truth is one out of every ten doctor visits is related to digestive discomfort. Dr. Michael Cline, a Board-Certified Gastroenterologist, says that in recent years he's seen a substantial increase in patients who experience a number of symptoms and suffer from Irritable Bowel Syndrome. And while many factors, including stress, a poor diet, age, medication use and illness can contribute to digestive distress, people should monitor their symptoms and learn more about the effective treatments available to them. The first step, Dr. Cline says, is to always seek advice from a respected physician.

The intestinal tract is home to hundreds of species of bacteria, both "beneficial" and "harmful." In order to maintain digestive health, a key is maintaining the levels of "beneficial" or "friendly" bacteria. Dr. Cline recommends that his patients eat a proper and balanced diet, exercise and take supplements like Digestive Advantage that contain probiotics or beneficial bacteria. Digestive Advantage is a complete line of once-daily, over-the-counter products available that help with digestive relief and treat digestive disorders such as IBS, Lactose Intolerance, Constipation, Gas and Crohn's & Colitis. "Many of my patients have had great results by following this regimen," says Dr. Cline. "Digestive Advantage products work extremely well and they're affordable, making them an excellent option for patients who experience digestive upsets."

So the next time you think about what to give that special someone in your life, the greatest gift of all may just be good digestive health - and that's something we all can stomach.

Founded in 1997, Ganeden Biotech is a consumer healthcare company that features a popular line of over-the-counter, once-daily products under the Digestive Advantage brand. All of Ganeden's oral products contain a powerful, patented strain of healthy bacteria (probiotics) known as Ganeden Lactobacillus™ cultures, which work within the intestinal ecosystem to help normalize digestive function and combat a variety of digestive symptoms. Ganeden Biotech is dedicated to improving peoples' quality of life through continued consumer and physician education and researching and developing new products. Digestive Advantage is available at retail stores nationwide. For more information, visit http://www.digestiveadvantage.com or call 800.456.0276.

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