CureRate Releases A Guide To Surviving the Holidays with IBS

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The guide breaks down how to modify your diet and lifestyle to avoid IBS flare ups this holiday season.

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Eating, traveling, and celebrating are all important aspects of the holidays, but if you suffer from IBS (irritable bowel syndrome), you may find the holidays to be especially difficult.

CureRate has announced the release of their most recent guide: A Guide To Surviving the Holidays with IBS: Your Guide To IBS-Stress-Free Holidays. The guide breaks down how to modify your diet and lifestyle to avoid IBS flare ups this holiday season.

According to CureRate, “Eating, traveling, and celebrating are all important aspects of the holidays, but if you suffer from IBS (irritable bowel syndrome), you may find the holidays to be especially difficult. Being expected to consume mountains of food, often away from home, can sound like a recipe for disaster for anyone with IBS; fortunately, there are steps you can take to successfully navigate the holidays.”

The guide offers insight on how to balance food and fun when you have IBS.

To learn more about IBS lifestyle changes, view the article here.

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We know how scary it is to be told that you or a loved one must endure a lifelong illness. Information is scattered, community forums are overwhelming, and relief never truly comes. The unrelenting frustration of research, trial, and error can become even more more debilitating than the symptoms themselves. And that’s why we built CureRate. The first recommendation platform geared toward people who have chronic conditions. We sort through the noise, so you can focus on the specific, promising treatments that have given hope to others just like you. We cut through the chatter to highlight successes, sharing the wisdom and insight of others to prove that there is always hope. Because together, we have the knowledge, the experience, and the support we need to heal.

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