opioids

[Warning] These Stomach Meds Can KILL!

When stomach pains have you doubled over… or diarrhea has you glued to the toilet… you’ll do anything to get relief.

And Big Pharma knows it.

Over the years, they’ve concocted some shockingly risky drugs to “treat” inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) and other stomach issues.

But you won’t believe what they’re doing now.

The drug companies are now pushing some of the deadliest meds around for IBD.

And if you’re not careful, treating your stomach problems could end up killing you.

Recent research on how medical clinics are treating IBD has turned up some terrifying results.

As it turns out, patients suffering with IBD are being prescribed deadly prescription opioids.

Yep, the same opioids that are killing so many people that it’s practically a national crisis.

Researchers at the University of Kentucky gathered data from a clinic that specializes in IBD, a term that refers to all kinds of stomach disorders from Crohn’s to ulcerative colitis to IBS.

More than a quarter of IBD patients were being given opioids.

And 10 percent of those patients had developed an addiction!

Can you imagine anything more careless? You see, our nation is being overrun by the opioid epidemic.

It’s making Big Pharma billions and costing us our lives.

Despite doctors across the country promising to break the cycle of opioid abuse, there’s been no change at all.

They’re even prescribing the meds for stomach problems now!

And that’s INSANE, because there are numerous all-natural treatments for IBD and other gut health issues.

If you or a loved one are suffering from IBD or IBS, skip the prescription meds and instead opt for a prebiotic and a probiotic.

Probiotics help to restore your natural healthy gut bacteria. And prebiotics make sure that your body can best process the probiotic for maximum benefit.

Both of these are readily available at your local health food and grocery stores.

Additionally, you can boost your gut health naturally by avoiding processed foods and consuming a diet rich in vitamin A and vitamin E – wheat, spinach, almonds, etc.