The Achieve True Health program lays its foundation in this natural, side effect-free means of addressing inflammatory disease. My experience as a gastroenterologist bears out the notion that any and all of the chronic inflammatory diseases that are so prevalent in our society today may be healed through a modified diet. The Achieve True Health guidelines put the power of natural disease-reversal in your hands. Our program will show you precisely how to modify your diet and add dietary supplements to reverse any "itis"—any inflammatory condition— you may be struggling with. - Dr. Christian Turbide
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Question 1 of 15
You suffer from pain or discomfort in your abdomen
Question 2 of 15
Your bowel movements are loose, mushy or watery
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You are troubled with diarrhea
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You are troubled by hard bowel movements
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You feel the need to strain in order to have a bowel movement
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You are troubled by constipation
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Your abdominal pain or discomfort prevents you from sleeping or wakes you up in the night
Question 8 of 15
You have had bowel leakage or you have soiled yourself
Question 9 of 15
You suffer from a feeling of urgency and an immediate need to pass stool
Question 10 of 15
Your stools contain mucus or slime
Question 11 of 15
You have had multiple episodes of abdominal pain or discomfort
Question 12 of 15
You experience pain or discomfort in your abdominal area after eating
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During the time you feel discomfort or pain; you notice that your bowel movements happen less frequently or more frequently than usual
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You feel better once you have a bowel movement
Question 15 of 15
Your stomach feels bloated or swollen
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