How do oral immunoglobulins work and why are they key to cleaning up the gut? - gut health, diarrhea, pathogens

How do immunoglobulins work and why are they key to cleaning up the gut? How do they help with autoimmune conditions?

Let's start off with the fact that immunoglobulins are antibodies. Immunoglobulins are the "...humoral immune responses against bacteria, viruses, fungi, parasites, cellular antigens, chemicals, and synthetic substances."
(Immunoglobulin - National Library of Medicine - full reference in slides)

Immunoglobulins bind to pathogens and then the body eliminates them. Immunoglobulins change the shape and size of pathogens preventing them from penetrating the gut barrier, increasing the inflammation, and triggering immune responses.

Oral immunoglobulins are key to improving the composition of the gut microflora, enhancing digestive processes, increasing gut barrier integrity and function, improving immune function, maintaining immune homeostasis, binding to and neutralizing bacteria toxins and antigens, and decreasing intestinal inflammation.
(National Cancer Institute - full reference in slides)

Oral immunoglobulins stay in the digestive system and do not elevate immunoglobulin levels in the blood.

Immunoglobulins help with digestive health, increase nutrient absorption, and decrease immune activation (which is really great for autoimmune problems).

Oral immunoglobulins are used to help with bad diarrhea issues. In the case of slow motility issues, they should be used in step 2 of a plan or protocol. The binding action can make constipation and bloating worse for those with existing constipation issues.

A person can safely take up to 20 grams of oral immunoglobulins a day. We recommend 8 to 10 grams per day for 30 days followed by 4 to 5 grams for 30 days then combining them at about 2 grams a day with probiotics for 4 to 6 months.

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