Why is motility such an important factor in your gut health? - constipation, gut imbalance, diarrhea

Here's the simple way to know if you have slow motility issues:

Are you taking something that if you stop taking it results in constipation?

Do you ever feel like food just sits in your stomach?

Do you have constipation, reflux, heartburn, feel full after eating a little and for a long period of time, have bloating, stomach pain, and nausea in any combination?

Slow motility can even cause diarrhea issues. Anyone go from constipation to diarrhea or from diarrhea to constipation?

Why should motility be step 1 of a gut health protocol? Consider these:
How do you clean up the gut when slow motility causes imbalances? How do you clean up the gut if the "doors are closed" for the pathogens to get out?
When pathogens can't exit the body they are reabsorbed.

Helping with motility is key to gut health problems.

You can find our slow motility protocols here. If you have questions, please send us a DM on Instagram @silverfernbrand.

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