Diarrhea/loose stools & bloating protocols start upfront being pretty aggressive with the use of immunoglobulins. Immunoglobulins are a key to helping with both. So, for those that have rapid motility issues and bloating you are at an advantage over those with slow motility issues in that you can jump to the high doses of immunoglobulins sooner.
If you do have any form of slow motility and rapid motility (constipation & diarrhea/loose stools), please start with the slow motility issues first. Rapid motility issues are frequently caused by slow motility issues (the system is slow, bad things grow, the body wants them out, and then the body flushes them out with rapid motility). If you opt into jumping to immunoglobulins at a high dose suddenly and you do have any form of slow motility you will likely find yourself constipated. Immunoglobulins are not laxatives.
Step 1 is a preparation step because I am nervous introducing really high doses of immunoglobulins suddenly. As with all things (even aggressive protocols), it is best to ease into them where necessary.
Here is the link to the Getting Started Guide for Serious Gut Issues:
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