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IBS Test

You can find out whether you have any indications of IBS using the following questions.

The test is geared to the guidelines for the diagnosis of IBS (Rome III criteria).

Note:
The IBS test does not in any way replace visits to the doctor, does not give a diagnosis and also does not substitute any therapy. If you have any health problems, please visit a medical doctor of your choice!


Which problems do you have? (multiple selection possible)






Do these problems keep recurring, often also simultaneously?

For how long have you been having these problems, even if it is not continuous?

Has the frequency of your bowel movement changed ever since you started having these problems?

Has your stool consistency changed ever since you started having these problems?



Food Diary

Keep a diary of your diet

A food diary can help you to find out which foods and which circumstances might contribute to your digestive problems. Record your eating habits and your bowel symptoms. Get to know your body and its reactions. In this way, you will discover the connections which can enable you to undertake specific changes in your diet.

You can download a free template for your food diary here.

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Recipes

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Why is Kijimea IBS so effective?

Kijimea IBS contains the unique bacteria strain B. bifidum MIMBb75, which was the focus of a research study lasting several years at the University of Milan. Kijimea IBS directly addresses the root cause of IBS – small damages of the intestinal wall. Kijimea IBS settles on the intestinal wall, virtually like a plaster. Through scientific studies, researchers were able to observe both a significant relief in IBS and its symptoms and an improvement in the quality of life among the affected people.

Where can Kijimea IBS be purchased?

Kijimea IBS is finally available in the UK. You can order it directly online at www.amazon.co.uk or www.chemistdirect.co.uk.

Who should take Kijimea IBS?

Kijimea IBS was specifically developed for the treatment of IBS with its typical symptoms such as constipation, diarrhoea, abdominal pain, flatulence and bloating. Kijimea IBS does not contain any preservatives, sweeteners, flavouring agents, lactose, gluten or gelatine. It is also optimally suitable for patients with diabetes.

How should I take Kijimea IBS? And for how long?

The usual adult dosage is 2 capsules per day taken at mealtime. Swallow capsules whole with sufficient water. We recommend taking Kijimea IBS capsules for at least four weeks, ideally twelve weeks. However, Kijimea IBS can also be taken without hesitation over a longer time period of time. First improvements of IBS symptoms should be observable after about one week of regular intake.

If I forget to take Kijimea IBS on any particular day, must I take the forgotten dose the following day?

For the best possible results, we recommend that you take Kijimea IBS continuously for at least four weeks, ideally 12 weeks or a for longer period of time. However, if you forget to take Kijimea IBS on any particular day, you don’t have to take the forgotten dose the next day.

Is Kijimea IBS well tolerated?

So far, no side effects have been observed in conjunction with the use of Kijimea IBS capsules. Kijimea IBS does not contain either preservatives, sweeteners, flavouring agents, lactose, gluten or gelatine.

Is Kijimea IBS suitable for diabetic patients?

Kijimea IBS contains only 0.01 BU (carbohydrate exchange) and is also suitable for patients with diabetes.

Should Kijimea IBS be taken at any particular time of day?

Kijimea IBS should always be taken with a meal. However, the intake is not tied to any particular time of day.

Does Kijimea IBS contain lactose?

Kijimea IBS does not contain any lactose and is therefore tolerable for patients with lactose intolerance.

Does Kijimea IBS contain gelatine?

No, Kijimea IBS does not contain gelatine and can therefore be taken even by vegetarians and vegans without any hesitation.

How should Kijimea IBS be stored?

Kijimea IBS should be stored below 25 °C and in a dry environment.

Where is Kijimea IBS manufactured?

Kijimea IBS is manufactured in Germany following the highest standards of quality.

What does Kijimea mean?

Kijimea is a Swahili word and means bacteria.