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Old 07-31-2003, 08:59 PM   #1
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I have been suffering with IBS systems since my child hood and nearing over ten years. I was informed about the condition only a year or two ago. Fiber really did a good job in easing the problems but I am not the biggest fan of beans or eating fiber cereal every morning was more of a chore.

That being said I had picked up a bottle of green tea extract by accident. Reading the label, it said GTE was a good source to ease intestinal and gastro problems. I had some green tea and decided to make it with no other added ingrediates (tea bag and hot water). This has really kept my IBS in check. Have not notice cramping and very regular bowel movements - no straining or left over feelings.

I have been drinking 1 to 2 liters daily.

 
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