Here are the requirements for a gut detox to be real:
1️⃣ The product/ingredient needs to have human clinical research to support the removal of real toxins (by name) from the gut AND doesn’t remove the good bacteria from the gut.
2️⃣ The product/ingredient needs to have a clear mechanism of action for how it removes toxins.
3️⃣ The product/ingredient should support the health of the gut microbiome, kidneys, and other parts of the body and not put added pressure on them.
4️⃣ The product/ingredient needs to have supportive clinical research to support its claims of helping conditions such as weight loss, IBS, IBD, autoimmune issues, etc.
5️⃣ The product/ingredient needs to be shown safe to take by way of many human studies.
An immunoglobulin/antibody (i.e., IgG, IgA, IgM) concentrate is an example of an ingredient that may
have all the points 1-5 shown above. Verify the version that is being considered by asking for the
whitepapers/clinical papers on the ingredient. The last reference (shown in the post) is an example of a
white paper on an immunoglobulin concentrate that has over 45 human clinical studies for removing toxins and demonstrates the mechanism of action for how it removes toxins.
There are actually a few ingredients that do promote natural detoxification of the gut, but most do not.
What should a real detox product do? IBS, IBD, autoimmune issues, toxin removal
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