Sensitive Gut Fiber - gut health, fiber, FODMAP

Sensitive Gut Fiber - gut health, fiber, FODMAP

Did you know there are key bacteria to promote weight loss? They are:✅️Akkermansia✅️Christensella✅️Prevotella✅️F. PrausnitziiDid you know that certain prebiotics can help decrease stomach pH (help the stomach be more acidic)?Because Sensitive Gut Fiber is low-FODMAP it is both ideal for those with IBS and SIBO as well as everyone else. It allows us to help restore the microbiome of the colon without causing issues in the small intestine. It allows us to help restore the microbiome without the need for probiotics. Sensitive Gut Fiber allows us to help with both constipation and diarrhea issues.* In many instances, prebiotics and probiotics...

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Why am I so constapted? - gut health, constipation, laxatives

Why am I so constapted? - gut health, constipation, laxatives

"Why can't you fix my constipation issues faster?" Here is the not-so-soft and very direct answer. If you trained your system to be slow and reinforced that over time then it is going to take time to re-train it. It took time for you to be this way and it will take time to reprogram your system to be independent. "Why do we need to take Motility (or Slow Motility+ protocol or Reflux + Motility protocol) for 90 days? Why do you suggest I continue to take Motility into the cleanup step after I'm regular?" We don't want you to...

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How can artichoke leaf extract help the liver? - gut health, liver health

How can artichoke leaf extract help the liver? - gut health, liver health

Its a fact: Motility uses a standardization of artichoke leaf extract that is easily 2 to 3 times stronger than traditional artichoke leaf extract. Is Motility extremely effective at helping with slow motility and constipation issues? YES.👍🏼 But is that ALL it does? NO. 🙅🏻‍♂️People ask us all the time if we help the liver. The answer is YES. The slow motility, reflux, and motility protocols all use Motility in more ample doses to support liver health. The liver is harmed by imbalances and a leaky gut. Bad bacteria passing through a leaky gut ultimately into the liver damages the...

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4 types of cinnamon - gut health, insulin resistance

4 types of cinnamon - gut health, insulin resistance

Adding a little cinnamon to your diet daily is great. We mix a little in with our smoothies each morning. We prefer Ceylon Cinnamon. It can offer many health benefits. Frequently, we hear about how people use cinnamon to help address insulin resistance. While we use cinnamon and like cinnamon, we find it is only so-so at helping with blood sugar concerns. For us, it adds a nice flavor and added benefits when mixed in with our morning smoothies. It isn't very expensive. We like it, but we have not found it to be a game-changer for metabolic health. What...

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7 types of magnesium - gut health, sleep, mood

7 types of magnesium - gut health, sleep, mood

Why do we like pairing Magnesium Glycinate and Magnesium L-Threonate together? (1) Improved mood and help with stress.(2) Improved sleep. (3) Very tolerable. As adults, we take about 400 mg of magnesium glycinate per day. You may find this dose helps with mood. This dose also helps with restless legs, muscle recovery, stress, sleep, anxiety, etc. You can find many good brands of magnesium glycinate on Amazon or other places. As adults, we take 2 capsules of Magtein (Magnesium L-Threonate) per day with the magnesium glycinate. We take them at night. Magtein helps with focus, stress, mood, energy, and sleep....

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5 signs of gut imbalances you don't know - gut health, probiotics

5 signs of gut imbalances you don't know - gut health, probiotics

❓️"What do I do to help my liver?" ✅️ Restore gut health. ❓️"I have bad skin problems. I need help with that." ✅️Restore gut health. ❓️"I feel like I am down. I struggle with anxiety and stress. What do you do for that?"✅️Stress Complex and restore gut health. I hated watching my grandparents go through Alzheimer's and dementia. Hated it. Broke my heart. I will do everything I can to avoid Alzheimer's and dementia. Gut health is connected to brain health. Gut health is connected to EVERYTHING health. You can't avoid it. You can't run from it. If your gut...

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6 causes of toxic liver, kidney, & pancreas problems - gut health, probiotics, leaky gut

6 causes of toxic liver, kidney, & pancreas problems - gut health, probiotics, leaky gut

"You don't understand. I don't have gut problems. I have NAFLD. What do I do for that?""You don't understand, I have kidney disease. I don't have gut health issues." "You don't understand. I have pancreatic exocrine insufficiency and can't produce enough enzymes." We understand. We spend a lot of time studying what causes liver, kidney, and pancreas problems. And not shockingly, gut imbalances (dysbiosis) and leaky gut (increased intestinal permeability) very directly affect other organs and cause other organ issues. So, given that dysbiosis and leaky gut are causing your issues, why do you think we suggest starting with gut...

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Insulin resistance - gut health, weightloss

Insulin resistance - gut health, weightloss

Many, many people daily provide us with a list of gut issues and then they say, "And I can't lose weight no matter how hard I try!" Unfortunately and in complete disagreement with all the weight loss ads on social media, there are more than 3 keys to weight loss. There are a lot of keys to successful long-term weight loss:(1) Gut Health: Short-chain fatty acids, akkermansia, prevotella, f. prausnitizii, christensenella, leaky gut, dysbiosis, inflammation, etc.(2) Food addiction issues or the psychological relationship with food(3) Elevated cortisol (4) Low serotonin production(5) GLP-1(6) Insulin resistance(7) Leptin resistance(8) Ghrelin management (9) Exercise(10)...

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Leptin Resistance - gut health, weightloss

Leptin Resistance - gut health, weightloss

"Stop eating so much!" "Aren't you full yet?" "Burn more calories than you consume. That's the 'secret.'" "You need self-control." These kind of statements don't help. Forgive my direct approach, but if you have leptin resistance these statements aren't addressing the full problem. They are not helpful. People with leptin resistance wish they could control their eating. They would love to control their eating. But the drive to eat is real and insatiable. Have you ever met someone with bad leptin resistance? I have. I think I was one of these people. And I am working with several people on...

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Weight loss - gut health, insulin resistance

Weight loss - gut health, insulin resistance

What are people talking about? "There are 3 simple secrets to weight loss!!! If you follow these 3 secrets you will magically be able to eat donuts again and not gain weight."After you watch the 3 hours of videos to learn the 3 simple secrets, you suddenly realize those 3 simple secrets aren't simple at all. "Eat healthy and exercise every day, burn more calories than you consume, and then POOF you will be skinny too!"Do you know how many people message us in a week to tell us they exercise and eat healthy but still can't lose that last...

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A new twist to SIBO you don't know - gut health, leaky gut, bacteria overgrowth

A new twist to SIBO you don't know - gut health, leaky gut, bacteria overgrowth

Why are you so bloated and gassy with bacterial overgrowth problems? (1) Bad bacteria ferment fiber causing a lot of gas, which causes a lot of bloating(2) With bacteria overgrowth and leaky gut comes pancreas problems. The pancreas produces enzymes. When the pancreas has problems it produces fewer enzymes. Fewer enzymes to break down food causes major gas and bloating problems. (3) Bacteria overgrowth and stomach issues (like frequent reflux) overlap a lot. Stomach problems cause gas and bloating. Did you know that to help with bacteria overgrowth you also need to help with low stomach acid, H. pylori overgrowth,...

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Signs of Enzyme Deficiency - gut health, bloating, gas, probiotics

Signs of Enzyme Deficiency - gut health, bloating, gas, probiotics

Are your probiotics helping restore enzyme production or not? Let's start at the very beginning. 1️⃣ Probiotics are not all alike. There are reseeding strains like Lactobacillus and Bifidobacterium. There are also environmental gut management strains like B. coagulans and S. boulardii. With Lactobacillus and Bifidobacterium strains you are "reseeding" the gut with strains you may (or may not) be deficient in. Most of these strains do not easily survive digestion but still offer benefits even when dead. Environmental management strains naturally survive digestion and help restore balance and microbial diversity in the gut. These are two different approaches to...

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Bad Skin Imbalances - gut health, candida, fungus

Bad Skin Imbalances - gut health, candida, fungus

I grew up running back and forth between two large family cattle ranches (my mother and father's families had cattle ranches). We were always getting cut, scraped, burned, etc. I grew up coating everything in Neosporin®. The number of skin infections and irritations I had was too many to count. Now with 5 children of my own, we for sure (100%) have had our range of skin issues. For years (like 10+ years), our family has used a specific nano silver that is used in hospitals around the country for all sorts of skin issues. We use it for everything...

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Signs of a sinus infection - gut health, immune support, allergies

Signs of a sinus infection - gut health, immune support, allergies

My personal sinus infection history:I would get roughly 3 sinus infections annually for about 15 years. No joke. I would get a cold. The cold would linger for weeks and weeks. My sinuses would hurt. I would try Sudafed, Flonase, sinus rinses, sinus sprays, zinc, vitamin c, elderberry, etc. the whole time. The pressure would build and build. My head would hurt. The pressure in my face would kill. I would inevitably stop in to the doctor. He would verify that it had been more than 2 weeks to make sure it wasn't a virus. And then off I would...

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Skin Issues: Signs of Candida - gut health, skin health

Skin Issues: Signs of Candida - gut health, skin health

We love an inside-out approach to imbalances. But sometimes, you may need a topical response to these imbalances. That is why we are thrilled to introduce Nano Gel to pair with our Pathogen Protocol for all things candida overgrowth-related problems. Nano Gel works well. It works fast. If you have questions or would like more information, please send us a DM on Instagram @silverfernbrand.

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Balancing cortisol during menopause - gut health

Balancing cortisol during menopause - gut health

Menopause can be a stressful season of life, and this can be linked to not just estrogen fluctuation, but also cortisol levels. Fluctuations in estrogen can increase cortisol release, but also cortisol increases can lower estrogen production. These fluctuations can lead to emotional stress, sleep disturbances, weight gain, fatigue, and skin issues. Luckily, there are a lot of ways to support women during menopause.  1. Supporting the estrobolome: the gut and estrogen have a bidirectional called the 'estrobolome'. Specific prebiotics and probiotics can be used to help the gut recycle estrogen back into the body. Plus, a healthy gut is...

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A Complete Guide to IBS - gut health, stress, inflammation

A Complete Guide to IBS - gut health, stress, inflammation

Irritable Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) can be overwhelming, impacting every aspect oflife, including a person’s physical, mental, emotional, and energetic well-being. Here are effective strategies to help those dealing with IBS find relief and support.Key areas affecting those with IBS: the gut the vagus nerve/gut-brain axis chronic inflammation stressThe Gut: This refers to the gastrointestinal tract, where IBS primarily manifests. Factors such as gut health- pain, discomfort, digestion, absorption; gut microbiota composition-overgrowth/imbalance, infections; and gut motility are central to understanding and managing IBS. The Vagus Nerve: The vagus nerve plays a crucial role in regulating digestion and influencing gut-brain communication....

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Bad sinus issues - gut health, immune system

Bad sinus issues - gut health, immune system

Sinus problems anyone? When bad stuff sits, multiplies, and builds in your sinuses you have a problem. Here's my sinus infection history:I had between 1 and 3 sinus infections annually for about 15 years or so. No joke. I would get a cold. The cold would linger for weeks and weeks. My sinuses would hurt. I would try Sudafed, Flonase, sinus rinses, sinus sprays, zinc, vitamin C, elderberry, etc. the whole time. The pressure would build and build. My head would hurt. The pressure on my face would kill me. I would inevitably stop by the doctor. He would verify...

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Nano Scrub, Ultimate toxin binder - gut health, candida, parasite, AG4O4

Nano Scrub, Ultimate toxin binder - gut health, candida, parasite, AG4O4

To fully pull apart bad stuff that may be residing in your system, you do not need a parasite cleanse, candida cleanse, mold cleanse, bacteria overgrowth cleanse, etc. You may only need Nano Scrub. It helps pull all of those apart.* I remember when we first started looking at silver. I was very much, "I will never use any kind of silver...let alone allow my kids to use it." Have you read all the bad stuff on Silver online? Pretty scary. I concluded that all silver was the same, all silver should be avoided, and all silver was harmful to...

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Treatment for autoimmune disease & food alleriges - gut health

Treatment for autoimmune disease & food alleriges - gut health

What causes Treg dysfunction, suppression, or imbalances? Dysbiosis! (gut imbalances)What can one do to fix Treg dysfunction and suppression? 🧹Clean the gut really well (this should also strengthen the gut barrier). By restoring microbial balance you can help Treg dysfunction and suppression issues. 💪🏼Build the gut - Increasing bacteria populations that produce a lot of short-chain fatty acids (SCFAs) is key to Treg production. SCFAs induce Treg cells. 🍅Eat a clean diet. Eating unhealthily affects Treg development and function. 😴Get plenty of rest. People with sleep problems suppress Treg activity. ☀️Higher levels of Vitamin D are shown to help with...

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Utlimate Gut Scrubber - gut health, pathogens, gut clean up

Utlimate Gut Scrubber - gut health, pathogens, gut clean up

I have a secret that most miss. The secret may determine if you scrub away bad stuff in your system.If you pay attention to the instructions for Nano Scrub, you may find that it is helpful to rinse Nano Scrub in your mouth for about 10 to 20 seconds before swallowing. Why? Because this may allow Nano Scrub to enter into your entire system to help clean it all up.* If you have a very "permeable" gut barrier then you know that pathogens may leave the intestinal system and enter into the rest of your body to help with "escaped...

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Signs of seasonal allergies - gut helath, microbiome, nasal microbiome

Signs of seasonal allergies - gut helath, microbiome, nasal microbiome

I grew up on two large cattle ranches. We grew hay, grass, barley, corn, etc. My hay fever was so bad I had to get allergy shots every Wednesday. Though the allergy shots eventually stopped, my hay fever did not. I did not have a good way to clear out everything causing me problems. And I tried just about everything. Now I use Nano Spray. Like many of you, we originally did NOT feel comfortable with using silver. Frankly speaking, if you look online there is some scary stuff on silver. We thought, "We would never allow our kids to...

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How to support immune balance - gut health, immune support

How to support immune balance - gut health, immune support

An 'overactive' immune response typically refers to people with allergies and/or autoimmune conditions. In the science world, we refer to this as Th1/Th2 imbalance. Th1 dominance is correlated with autoimmunity, while Th2 dominance is correlated with allergies. How does this happen?The truth is, we live in a hyper-sanitized world and we don't get outside enough. This means our immune system doesn't get enough exposure to different microbes and never gets the chance to become strong. Instead, the immune system becomes hyperreactive - it thinks everything is a threat!Processed foods, genetic predisposition, lack of movement, and not enough sunshine and fresh...

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Two arms of immunity and why it matters! - gut health, adaptive & innate immune system

Two arms of immunity and why it matters! - gut health, adaptive & innate immune system

The immune system consists of two arms: innate and adaptive. The innate immune system is the first line of defense and initiates the entire immune process. It includes anatomic (skin and mucous membrane), physiologic (temperature, low pH and chemical mediators), phagocytic, and inflammatory components. The innate arm is amazing at recognizing intruders quickly and alerting the adaptive immune response, all while launching its own attack. The adaptive arm can't tell "self" from "non-self" so it needs the innate immune system to tell it when and how to act. The innate immune response can be a little dramatic and inflammatory, so...

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Creatine, does it bust belly fat? - gut health, supplements

Creatine, does it bust belly fat? - gut health, supplements

There are a lot of ads on social media suggesting that creatine will "bust belly fat." Apparently, if you take a 99.9999% pure creatine over a 99.9% creatine that is the game changer. So...fact or fiction? I do like creatine monohydrate. I can find a lot of verified benefits from taking it. I think it has more research on it than protein powder. But, I have never found it to demonstrate any noticeable difference in belly fat. So, what does the science say?Creatine may lower blood sugar. I would not suggest it is a top 50 ingredient for helping lower...

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Steroids commony used for asthma & allergies - gut health, immune health

Steroids commony used for asthma & allergies - gut health, immune health

Cause for concern or not? They do not know if the consequences are reversible or not. But the general guiding statement seems to be: MAY NOT BE A CAUSE FOR CONCERN. MORE RESEARCH IS NEEDED.THE RESULTS SHOULD NOT CAUSE CONCERN. WHEN PEOPLE STOP TAKING THE STEROIDS THE BRAIN APPEARS TO RECOVER. What do we think? We think it is very wise to work on improving the immune system via restoring gut health and other measures so that long-term use of oral and inhaled steroids may not be needed. We agree with the statements in this article that, like many drugs,...

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Pattern of low stomach acid in basic blood work - gut health, stomach acid

Pattern of low stomach acid in basic blood work - gut health, stomach acid

5 Signs (Blood Markers) You Have Low Stomach AcidHello. My name is Anna. As a Functional Blood Chemistry Specialist, I love blood work, it can be used to make sense of what is going on in your body and as we search for patterns, we can reveal so much. In this case, a pattern for low stomach acid. We can find these 5 markers on the basic comprehensive metabolic panel. This panel is the most ordered panel worldwide, yet it is not used to its potential. These markers help us to explore the possibility of low stomach acid, which is...

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B Cells help stop viruses - gut health, postbiotics

B Cells help stop viruses - gut health, postbiotics

If you are looking to fight all the many viruses floating around, you don't want to miss B Cells. "B cells play a fundamental role in the prevention of and recovery from COVID-19.""B lymphocytes in COVID-19: a tale of harmony and discordance"National Library of MedicineAnd yes, we are working to help with the activation of B Cells via postbiotics. Why? Well, we are also tired of our kids staying home from school sick! We are fighting for fewer sick days and less intense colds and flu episodes. If you have questions, please send us a DM on Instagram @silverfernbrand.

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Killer T Cells - gut health, postbiotics

Killer T Cells - gut health, postbiotics

Do you want to boost immunity against different COVID variants and other viruses? Increase Killer T Cells.Many people who do not respond well to viruses and such have Killer T Cells that have fallen asleep. They need to be awakened. Yes, you can activate Killer T Cell production. We are exploring postbiotics for it right now. If you have questions, please send us a DM on Instagram @silverfernbrand.

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Natural Killer Cells (NK cells) - gut health, postbiotics

Natural Killer Cells (NK cells) - gut health, postbiotics

Did you know that certain postbiotics activate the production of NK cells? These postbiotics are currently being tested for application against COVID. Silver Fern™ is actively looking to improve our response to sicknesses and colds. This postbiotic may be key to that effort. With five kids, we are very interested in anything that will help reduce "sick days." What about you?

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Constipation problems? - gut health, bloating, gas, laxative-free

Constipation problems? - gut health, bloating, gas, laxative-free

Tired of living on laxatives? For many years we have been working to develop one product to help people become regular again without the use of laxatives. We also wanted it to offer a lot of additional gut benefits. And we wanted a clean, simple, and effective product (always). Motility is this product. It helps turn the system back on again. On average it takes 15 to 30 days to help start turning the system on for people. For some, it takes only a few days and for some with really stubborn systems, it takes longer than 30 days. But...

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Laxatives contribute to the problem - gut health, constipation, laxatives, motility

Laxatives contribute to the problem - gut health, constipation, laxatives, motility

Why not just load up on laxatives forever? Good question. Because it may result in the intestines losing muscle and nerve response, making the intestines dilated and ineffective at moving stool out. This may cause a dependency issue resulting in you needing higher and higher doses of laxatives to produce stools. "Recent studies have revealed gut dysbiosis after laxative administration." "Association between early life laxative exposure and risk of allergic diseases A nationwide matched cohort study." ScienceDirectLaxatives flush out beneficial binders (immunoglobulins) shown to bind to pathogens to help with the clean-up process. Why do you think we don't have...

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Vaccine news - health, vaccines

Vaccine news - health, vaccines

Without jumping into the heated debate for or against vaccines, these are some of the updates on the COVID-19 vaccines. We hear a lot from customers about issues they have had since being vaccinated. The research supporting all of these problems is almost non-existent. So, have you had issues after taking the vaccines? If you have any questions, please send us a DM on Instagram @silverfernbrand.

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Standard constipation responses - gut health, laxative-free

Standard constipation responses - gut health, laxative-free

We don't want to discount the suggestions of more fiber, liquid, and exercise (because we also recommend those)BUT...What do you do if those things aren't working and you DON'T want to use laxatives? What do you do then? The answer is Motility. After about 4 years of focusing on the research and development of ideas specific to improving our processes for helping with constipation and slow motility issues, Silver Fern™ finally found a combination of non-laxative ingredients that work extremely well together in one product with noticeable improvements in 15 to 30 days (on average for most people). Believe it...

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The many causes of reflux & heartburn - gut health, acid blockers

The many causes of reflux & heartburn - gut health, acid blockers

Getting beyond blocking, inhibiting, and restricting acid for reflux and heartburn requires a little understanding and a change of approach. ❓️Why do you have reflux and heartburn?🔹Whenever there is pressure and volume in the abdomen it can weaken or relax the lower esophageal sphincter (LES). 🔹Whenever you have poor digestion, it can weaken or relax the LES. 🔹When your LES weakens or relaxes enough it lets acid pass. Only in rare circumstances does too much acid cause reflux and heartburn (Zollinger-Ellison Syndrome). You are more likely to have too little stomach acid, which is caused by things such as gastritis,...

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Stomach flu - gut health, immunoglobulins

Stomach flu - gut health, immunoglobulins

Guess what binds to viruses in the digestive system to reduce inflammation? Antibodies (immunoglobulins). In the event you ever get the stomach flu, load up on antibodies (immunoglobulins). It very well may help you a lot. Hope this helps!!! If you have questions, please send us a DM on Instagram @silverfernbrand.

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6 signs your immune system is weak - gut health, postbiotics

6 signs your immune system is weak - gut health, postbiotics

We have a child that comes home sick all the time. She touches everything. She touches her face any chance she gets. And she gets every virus that comes near her school. She absorbs them like a sponge. As you know, the immune system is about 70 to 80% found in the gut. The gut is 100% key to helping address the immune system. Our daughter has amazing gut health. Because of that, she is never sick for long. But wouldn't it be nice to knock the sickness down before it shows up? Wouldn't it be nice to hit the...

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What is your gut cleanup doing for you? - gut health, detox, parasites, probiotics, prebiotics, cleanse

What is your gut cleanup doing for you? - gut health, detox, parasites, probiotics, prebiotics, cleanse

You either do a gut cleanup right or it may be a waste of money. You either do a gut cleanup right or you will have lingering issues. Did you know that bacterial imbalances and candida overgrowth are linked? Did you know that parasites and candida overgrowth may go hand-in-hand? Did you know that parasites may cause bacterial imbalances? The fact is, if you are going to try to help clean up one issue you need to try to clean them all up. Otherwise, back to the start, you will go. We have spent years working to build the most...

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Where did your gut issues start? - gut health, antibiotics, probiotics

Where did your gut issues start? - gut health, antibiotics, probiotics

Yes, antibiotics may be necessary from time to time. I suggest they are used way too often, but they may be needed for certain infections.What do you do if you have to take antibiotics? We get asked that a lot. When left unmanaged, antibiotics for bacteria issues can result in candida overgrowth (for example). Antibiotics can cause major imbalance issues in the gut. We've got you covered. Our Rehab Protocol is for just such times. If you'd like our approach to helping prevent major imbalances caused by antibiotics during or after use, DM us #Rehab. Note: Please take the probiotics...

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Do you have a candida overgrowth? - gut health, gut cleanup, detox

Do you have a candida overgrowth? - gut health, gut cleanup, detox

You may say we specialize in cleaning up the gut. Why are we so good at it? (1) We assume you have all imbalances and then try to help them all. The truth is that they all frequently overlap. Hint: Candida overgrowth and parasites can go hand in hand. It is best to assume that even parasite issues need to be cleaned out too. (2) We take an aggressive breakdown/soak-up approach to pathogen overgrowth. (3) We assume pathogens have "permeated" into the rest of the body. Hint: Please rinse the Nano Ag4O4 product for 10 to 20 seconds before swallowing....

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Ashwagandha, friend or foe? - gut health, motlity, autoimmune

Ashwagandha, friend or foe? - gut health, motlity, autoimmune

Ashwagandha "balances" the immune system. It modulates it. Modulate is defined as reducing or enhancing (balancing effect). Ashwagandha "...promotes immunomodulatory effects..." Ashwagandha does not stimulate or boost the immune system. We are extremely aware that many medical groups say that ashwagandha may cause your immune system to be more active by "boosting" or "stimulating" it. Here's our response:1️⃣ Ashwagandha helps reduce inflammation. That's the science. 2️⃣ Ashwagandha modulates the immune system. This means it "reduces" or "enhances" (balances) the immune system. It isn't boosting or stimulating it. 3️⃣ Not all extracts are the same. Not even close. The ashwagandha extract...

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Bacterial overgrwoth - gut health, candida, SIBO, hpylori, IBS

Bacterial overgrwoth - gut health, candida, SIBO, hpylori, IBS

How has partial working on your gut issues worked? We find this approach does not work for many. The fact is that stomach and gut issues are connected. Many approaches to digestive imbalances take a "scorched earth" approach. Kill everything bad and move on. Here's the problem with this approach. It does not address most of the underlying causes of why you got there in the first place. You will most likely be back to where you were in about a year or so (maybe sooner). The "scorched earth" approach is cheap though. It works fast. It is super effective...

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Gastritis Problems? - gut health, h. pylori, detox, gut cleanup

Gastritis Problems? - gut health, h. pylori, detox, gut cleanup

When in doubt, assume it is all a problem and then help it all. We frequently see gastritis issues with reflux and heartburn. For this reason, we suggest a full approach to stomach issues. Step 1- Slow motility + protocolThis may help:🔹Restore the stomach barrier*🔹Improve stomach motility*🔹Restore healthy inflammatory responses*🔹Restore healthy immune responses*Step 2- Cleanup protocolThis may help:🔹Clean out imbalances such as H. pylori overgrowth*Note: Please open capsules of Cleanse for this process to coat the entire stomach. 🔹Restore healthy inflammatory responses*🔹Restore healthy immune responses*Step 3- (optional)Buildup protocol The buildup may help:🔹Restore microbial balance*🔹Restore gut barrier integrity*🔹Restore healthy inflammatory responses*🔹Restore...

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Bacterial overgrowth: a small intestine problem - gut health, microbiome

Bacterial overgrowth: a small intestine problem - gut health, microbiome

How have partial efforts to help with your gut issues worked? We find this approach does not work for many. ❌️The fact is that stomach and gut issues are connected. Many approaches to digestive imbalances take a "scorched earth" approach. Kill everything and move on. Here's the problem with this approach. It does not address most of the underlying causes of why you got where you did in the first place. You will most likely be back to where you were in about a year or so (maybe less time). The "scorched earth" approach is cheap though. It works fast....

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The ulitmate binder: Cleanse - gut health, immunoglobulins, detox

The ulitmate binder: Cleanse - gut health, immunoglobulins, detox

Ultimate Binder? Yes, the ULTIMATE pathogen binder. Cleanse is "the" dairy-free pathogen binder that does not bind to beneficial bacteria. It helps improve the nutrient absorption of other supplements. Other binders may reduce nutrient absorption. Other binders may affect the absorption of medications. Other binders may bind to beneficial bacteria. Not Cleanse. It only binds to the bad stuff. Cleanse contains both immunoglobulins and albumin for antigen (pathogen) and heavy metal binding actions. Multiple research studies have proven the binding action of the immunoglobulins in Cleanse.* Cleanse binds to pathogens. Pathogens then follow normal peristalsis (intestinal flow so to speak)...

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2 keys to a complete gut cleanup - gut health, pathogens, IBS, SIBO, candida

2 keys to a complete gut cleanup - gut health, pathogens, IBS, SIBO, candida

There is a full cleanup and then there is a "so-so" cleanup. Which one do you want? The Silver Fern™ approach assumes pathogens are entrenched in your system (defenses are built up). The Silver Fern™ approach assumes you may have imbalances of all kinds in the stomach, small intestine, and large intestine. The Silver Fern™ approach combines an aggressive unraveling mechanism (against pathogens only) with a complete binder shown to bind everything from bad bacteria, candida, and mold to heavy metals. Once the system is cleaned up, we suggest a full gut buildup process right after. Pathogens don't thrive in...

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The utlimate binder - gut health, detox, IgG, albumin

The utlimate binder - gut health, detox, IgG, albumin

Ultimate Binder? Yes, the ULTIMATE pathogen binder. Cleanse is "the" dairy-free pathogen binder that does not bind to beneficial bacteria. It helps improve the nutrient absorption of other supplements. Other binders may reduce nutrient absorption. Other binders may affect the absorption of medications. Other binders may bind to beneficial bacteria. Not Cleanse. It only binds to the bad stuff. Cleanse contains both immunoglobulins and albumin for antigen (pathogen) and heavy metal binding actions. Multiple research studies have proven the binding action of the immunoglobulins in Cleanse.* Cleanse binds to pathogens. Pathogens then follow normal peristalsis to exit the intestinal tract....

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Long-term help with constipation - gut health, laxatives, laxative-free

Long-term help with constipation - gut health, laxatives, laxative-free

Motility is our laxative-free response to constipation issues. It works by way of 5 functions:*1) Turning on peristalsis*2) Hydration*3) Improving gut barrier*4) Increasing serotonin production*5) Restoring a healthy stress response in the system* Beyond that, it is beneficial to help with the underlying issues that may have caused peristalsis to slow down in the first place: dysbiosis, gut barrier dysfunction, inflammation, low butyrate production, dysfunctional enteric nervous system, dysfunctional vagus nerve, etc. Here is our approach to gut health starting with slow motility issues: Step 1 -Establish motility, open detox pathways, help gut barrier, etc. *Step 2 -Clean up the...

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6 keys to stopping constipation problems - gut health, digestion, laxative-free

6 keys to stopping constipation problems - gut health, digestion, laxative-free

Motility is our most effective, complete, and aggressive non-laxative approach to constipation and slow motility problems that we have ever launched. There are a lot of underlying causes of chronic constipation:1) Dysbiosis (gut imbalances)2) Leaky Gut3) Inflammation4) Malfunctioning Immune System5) Low Butyrate Production6) Autonomic Dysfunction7) Etc. Therefore, if you are looking for long-term gut health to promote the BEST regularity, you really should consider following up with an effective and complete gut health protocol once your system starts to turn on again. We are talking about a 3-step process.Step 1 - Establish regularity and open detox pathwaysStep 2 - Clean...

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New approach to constipation problems - gut health, bloating, laxative free

New approach to constipation problems - gut health, bloating, laxative free

We have been looking for an effective response to constipation problems for a long time. We looked and looked and looked. We tested and tested and tested. Motility contains the most effective combination of ingredients we are aware of for helping with the underlying issues causing slow motility (constipation) problems without using laxatives.*Motility is not a laxative. Please give it 15 to 30 days on average to start working. If you have bad constipation or slow motility issues, under "Product Options" please select the "Moderate to Severe" option. You can take all 4 capsules at the same time or take...

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