Asthma, an immune system problem - gut health, leaky gut, allergies

Asthma, an immune system problem - gut health, leaky gut, allergies

Where did your asthma come from? (check slide 2)What causes it to go crazy? (anything that hurts the gut)What do you do about it? I think it is very safe to say that poor gut health (whether you know it or not and whether you feel like you have poor gut health or not) affects the immune system, which in turn causes asthma and allergy issues. Stress, poor diet, irritants, allergies, infections, viruses (cold/flu/CO*ID), and gut issues can all cause asthma problems. What is the answer? 1) Clean up the gut.2) Strengthen the gut barrier 3) Decrease inflammatory processes. 4)...

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Signs of Eczema - gut health, gut-skin axis

Signs of Eczema - gut health, gut-skin axis

You may be familiar with leaky gut. Did you know you can also have "leaky skin?" Eczema is a 4 part problem:1) Immune system issue2) Skin barrier issue (leaky skin)3) Allergies and/or asthma (immune system issue) 4) Elevated stress/cortisol (which suppresses the immune system and increases inflammation causing eczema to worsen)When the immune system is malfunctioning a lot of problems surface. Eczema issues are one of them. Having been someone with a bad immune system myself, I know for a fact how nice it is to have these issues "helped." I no longer have to worry every time my kids...

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Stress Complex - mental health, stress, anxiety, mood, sleep

Stress Complex - mental health, stress, anxiety, mood, sleep

Does anyone else struggle with irritability? You know what I am talking about. I am talking about those days you just want to hit a co-worker or smash your car into the person driving 15 miles under the speed limit in the fast lane. You know who you are. Maybe you get a little too anxious about being late somewhere and freak out. Maybe you wish your weird neighbor would agree to a UFC-style fight to "resolve things?" Does this sound familiar to anyone? If you are a "passionate" person, hear me out. You may be able to take that...

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Saffron, antidepressants and libido - mental health, depression, anxiety

Saffron, antidepressants and libido - mental health, depression, anxiety

Antidepressants do come with side effects (dang it). Saffron may help with some of these side effects. At least the science and what we found in our pre-launch product testing suggests that saffron does. Not all saffron quality is the same. Just FYI. But for those on antidepressants looking to get their system back online while taking antidepressants, you may want to consider talking with your provider about it or even doing some research on your own. If you want our approach to helping with stress or have questions, please send us a DM with #Stress on Instagram @silverfernbrand.Yes, the...

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Improving gut health through exercise - gut health, leaky gut, nutrient absorption

Improving gut health through exercise - gut health, leaky gut, nutrient absorption

Intense and prolonged exercise can negatively impact gut lining integrity (leaky gut) and the microbiome. Here's the key. Moderate exercise is great for the gut. If you are doing intense and rigorous exercise regularly you may very well need a very good gut health protocol to pair it with, That's just the science. Here is another thought:Heavy exercise requires good nutrient absorption for rebuilding muscle. Poor gut health (weak/damaged mucosal barrier in the small intestine) causes poor nutrient absorption. Wouldn't you want to pair a science-based gut build-up protocol with your exercise and healthy diet to make all those nutrients...

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Did you know ADHD & depression overlap? - saffron, mental health, mood

Did you know ADHD & depression overlap? - saffron, mental health, mood

I and a couple of my children have attention-deficit/focus issues. We also struggle a bit with depression. When I load up on saffron (30 mg), l-theanine (100 mg), and caffeine (200 mg) I get hours and hours (like 8 hours) of focused work. My mood perks up immediately.I have a dosing for my children too. This is my combination for stress, decreased mood, and focus. It works. And in about 6-8 weeks the saffron kicks in causing really good mood benefits. If you want our approach to helping with stress or have questions, please send us a DM with #Stress on...

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Side effects of antidepressants - gut health, mood, depression, saffron

Side effects of antidepressants - gut health, mood, depression, saffron

Did you know...Saffron (specifically a high-quality saffron) can be taken with antidepressants to decrease the side effects of antidepressants? True. Further, pairing saffron with antidepressants can help with sleep, initiative/motivation, interest, and pleasure. Meaning, for a man this may help with ED, and for both men and women saffron may help with achieving orgasm. And for those of you not on antidepressants and not looking to take antidepressants, saffron may be an alternative similar to Prozac w/o the side effects. Meaning, high-quality saffron has been shown to have comparable benefits to Fluoxetine (Prozac) for depression. Now to be fair, I...

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Benefits of boosting serotonin - gut health, mood

Benefits of boosting serotonin - gut health, mood

If you are unhappy and you know it, boost serotonin. If you have already tried everything you can to boost your mood but just can't feel better, take the right type of saffron (literally). No, not all saffron extracts are the same. Not even close (we tested many variations).Saffron changes levels of serotonin, dopamine, and norepinephrine (neurotransmitters) all of which affect how you feel. Do you have attention deficit issues? I do. I love saffron with caffeine and l-theanine. Do you feel down? Saffron is amazing. Do you not sleep well? Saffron is amazing (60 mg per day). Do you...

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Other signs of depression - gut health, saffron

Other signs of depression - gut health, saffron

If you frequently have these issues, you may have some form of depression. Depression doesn't just come with sadness, a poor mood, a bad outlook on life, etc. Everyone talks about depression as if the only sign is "You feel down." Not true. Depression also comes with random bouts of being mean suddenly, lashing out at stupid things, sudden flashes of anger, etc. The most common one many may not recognize is that "crossed-lined" situation where you have had enough and then suddenly something else happens (usually something stupid), but you just lose your crap because of it. Hello, depression....

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Saffron and antidepressants - gut health, saffron, mood, depression

Saffron and antidepressants - gut health, saffron, mood, depression

"...if you are too happy, you must have eaten saffron" so goes the saying. And it's true. Many psychiatrists are now suggesting people look to saffron for help with feeling down and stressed out. I worked up to 60 mg of Safr'Inside® per day. Wow. Felt great combining my antidepressants with saffron. After about 12 weeks on saffron, I slowly started to reduce my antidepressants. Personally speaking, I found that stopping antidepressants altogether can come with withdrawal issues (agitation, poor sleeping, etc.). I hope to eventually come off my antidepressants but, for now, I love how the saffron works to...

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Elevated cortisol causes weight gain - gut health, stress, cortisol, saffron

Elevated cortisol causes weight gain - gut health, stress, cortisol, saffron

How is your diet and exercise program going? Did you know that elevated cortisol can lead to weight gain? Many people with obesity issues have elevated cortisol levels. Did you know a key to long-term weight management is helping with cortisol (stress)? 👍🏼When stress increases, cortisol secretion increases. This then increases the release of glucose in the blood to resist and counter the stress. Did you know that there is a type of saffron (Safr'Inside®at 30 mg per day) shown to effectively help reduce cortisol by 44% over 8 weeks? Saffron is key to cortisol balance too. Meaning, it is...

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Stress management for gut problems - gut health, stress, mood

Stress management for gut problems - gut health, stress, mood

What are the top underlying causes of gut problems?1) Antibiotics2) Poor diet (Western Diet)3) Meds4) Poor dental hygiene5) Too much alcohol6) Unprotected sex7) HIGH STRESS!!!!Diets can be improved. Antibiotics are stopped. Poor hygiene can be improved. You can stop overconsuming alcohol. I'm not going to comment on sex. LOL But what do you do when you are under high stress and struggle with that? It may be very tough to help with constipation, diarrhea, reflux/heartburn, gut imbalances, etc. if you are under constant stress. Personally speaking, I know antibiotics, poor diet, meds, and chronic stress were the cause of my...

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Diverticulitis - gut health, constipation, diarrhea

Diverticulitis - gut health, constipation, diarrhea

So, what do you do about it? To help these issues you have to 1️⃣ clean up the colon2️⃣ build up the barrier of the large intestine/colon 3️⃣ help reduce inflammatory issues.If you do have constipation issues then step 1 will be to help improve motility while at the same time "greasing" or "lubing up" the colon and cleaning out the pathogens. AKA reducing infection issues. Step 2 of this approach would then be to do a massive clean-up and gut barrier build-up. Not sort of either. You'll want a major mucosal and epithelial layer build-up. Finally, you will build...

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5 topical skin signs of candida overgrowth - gut health, pathogens, Nano Gel

5 topical skin signs of candida overgrowth - gut health, pathogens, Nano Gel

We love an inside-out approach to candida overgrowth. We have found that when candida gets out of control it then spreads to the rest of the body. We love a full approach to candida overgrowth so it goes away just like you need and want it to. Lingering candida overgrowth needs help. We have three approaches to candida:1) Help with a gut clean-up process (uproot the candida, break down the biofilms, and build up the microbiome so candida is not welcome to overgrow)2) Help with fungal/bacterial sinus issues 3) Help with fungal/bacterial of the skin If you have questions, please...

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Popular Detox Ingredients - gut health, detox

Popular Detox Ingredients - gut health, detox

We are extremely aware there are many detox ingredients available. We have researched them all for years. And they do offer a lot of benefits. For example, olive leaf extract is something we offer as one of the key ingredients in our products. It has many benefits including being antiviral. BUTIf you want to get serious about providing a complete and effective detox, we found one combination to be especially incredible and most helpful. Immunoglobulins➕️Frequency Activated Nano Ag4O4. They offer what we call a "kill-capture" relationship. Frequency-activated nano Ag4O4 kills pathogens. It does. And immunoglobulins soak them up. You can...

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Did you know parasites cause bacteria imbalances? - gut health, candida, pathogens

Did you know parasites cause bacteria imbalances? - gut health, candida, pathogens

Why do you think we send people a full pathogen protocol when they say they have parasites? When you have one imbalance you most likely have others. Many suggest that candida overgrowth and parasites go hand in hand. And the cause of these is usually an imbalance of bacteria. Did you know that the discomforts of parasites, candida overgrowth, and bacterial imbalance are the same? Why do we go so aggressive on our pathogen protocols? Because you need it. We have to assume that when you have one issue you have the others. If you have slow motility issues (constipation,...

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3 keys to Vitamin D - vitamins, K2D3,\

3 keys to Vitamin D - vitamins, K2D3,\

Knowing is half the battle, right? Here is the science on Vitamin D. 1️⃣ Vitamin D is essential for helping the body absorb and retain calcium and phosphorus. Vitamin D is important for a healthy heart and blood vessels for normal blood pressure. Vitamin D is key to building and maintaining healthy bones, muscle movement, nerve connections in the brain, and promoting immune health. Vitamin D is important for mental health (serotonin and melatonin regulation for mood and sleep). 2️⃣ The daily RDA (recommended daily allowance) for 19 years and older is 600 IU (15 mcg) daily (unless you are...

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The best probiotics for food lovers - gut health, probiotics, FODMAP, food intolerance

The best probiotics for food lovers - gut health, probiotics, FODMAP, food intolerance

Do you know if your probiotic is increasing your enzyme production? Do you know if your probiotic is helping you with nutrient absorption? Do you know if your probiotic is helping you convert protein to muscle? Do you know if your probiotic is helping you overcome food intolerances (such as FODMAP food intolerances)? Do you know if your probiotic contains strains that cause more histamine intolerance problems? If you don't know the answer to these you should. Otherwise, why are you taking a probiotic? Just because everyone says you should? Our objective at Silver Fern™ is to help people regain...

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Signs of Vitamin Deficiency - gut health, vitamin K2, vitamin D3, whole food vitamins

Signs of Vitamin Deficiency - gut health, vitamin K2, vitamin D3, whole food vitamins

Where do you stand with your daily vitamins? Most Americans have a vitamin deficiency problem. Most Americans are deficient (like 90%) in Vitamin K2 (not K1 but K2). Roughly 42% of Americans are deficient in Vitamin D. Vitamin D supplements now overdose because "If a little is helpful, a lot must be really helpful." 😬Approximately 84% of Americans are deficient in Vitamin E. Approximately 45% of Americans are deficient in Vitamin A. 46% of Americans are deficient in Vitamin C. Most Americans who do take vitamins take a synthetic option. ❌️Synthetic vitamins have similar chemical compositions to whole-food vitamins and...

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The best probiotic  for antibiotic recovery - gut health, probiotics

The best probiotic for antibiotic recovery - gut health, probiotics

Are you worried about taking an antibiotic? Honestly, you should be. Antibiotics are a major disruptor of the microbiome. Literally. "There is evidence that this disruption can last for up to two years after antibiotic treatment."InnerHealth.com.auWe frequently get these statements from customers:"I was doing great. Then I had to take an antibiotic for [fill in the blank] and now my gut is a wreck again. I feel horrible. Do I have to start over? What do I do?" "My gut was fine. Then I had to take antibiotics for [fill in the blank] and since then my gut has been...

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The key probiotic you haven't heard about - gut health, probiotics

The key probiotic you haven't heard about - gut health, probiotics

Wondering what helps with heavy metals, hazardous environmental materials, and harmful biofilms? The answer is P. Acidilactici (an amazing probiotic strain).There are keys to be aware of when selecting a probiotic. 1) It has to survive digestion (preferably w/o special coatings, capsules, etc.). The strains need to be resistant to temperature fluctuations, stomach acid, bile salts, and other conditions in the digestive process. 2) The strains need to have a positive modification to the microbiome. The strains better drive out pathogens and help beneficial bacteria thrive. Further, the probiotic strains better increase bacteria diversity and abundance of bacteria that produce...

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Microscopic colitis - gut health, immunoglobulins

Microscopic colitis - gut health, immunoglobulins

How do you help with this? Load up on oral immunoglobulins. BAM (bile acid malabsorption) is about the only cause oral immunoglobulins will NOT be super effective at helping overcome. BAM is extremely tough for us to help. Sorry. For everything else, we've got you.Curious about how to help with microscopic colitis? If you have questions, please send us a DM on Instagram @silverfernbrand.

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Why take a digestive enzyme supplement? - gut health, nutrient absorption

Why take a digestive enzyme supplement? - gut health, nutrient absorption

Years ago, we asked an industry-leading microbiologist with over 22 years of enzyme research experience to formulate a broad-spectrum enzyme for us. We had already done our research and knew what other enzymes were in the "top" category for our industry (as I am sure you know, not all products are the same). In addition, we were seeing many of our customers consuming massive amounts of different sources of protein daily. So, in addition to full broad-spectrum requirements, we asked for a full breakdown of protein. What did he do? He customized a blend for us sourced from an industry-leading...

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Why take L-Glutamine - gut health, gastritis, muscle recovery

Why take L-Glutamine - gut health, gastritis, muscle recovery

Here's the truth. People can get plenty of L-Glutamine from diet alone. So why supplement with L-Glutamine? Gut problems, infections, prolonged stress, surgery, injuries, and exercise may be good instances in which an additional high-quality L-Glutamine supplement may be beneficial. It is pretty well known by many that 15 to 45 grams of L-Glutamine may be helpful for gut issues like gastritis.Personally speaking, I take 5 grams of L-Glutamine after every workout. My research and experience say this is very beneficial. If I tear or injure a muscle, I have been known to load up on 20 grams of additional...

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Maybe you need more nutrients than your diet alone can provide - gut health, nutrients, vitamins, minerals

Maybe you need more nutrients than your diet alone can provide - gut health, nutrients, vitamins, minerals

Don't fall for this scam.You do not need to overload on vitamins daily. You just don't. If you are taking synthetic vitamins this approach may cause vitamin toxicity. When you overload, for example, on synthetic Vitamin B6 pyridoxine it may damage your liver. You don't need this. As for whole food vitamins? I have a confession. I load up on as many fruits, vegetables, prebiotic grains, and protein sources as possible daily. I 100% want to get as many nutrients as possible from whole foods. But even with that, I know I fall short on my daily nutrient needs. At...

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Signs of Vitamin D Deficiency - gut health, vitamin D, Vitamin K2

Signs of Vitamin D Deficiency - gut health, vitamin D, Vitamin K2

Winter causing you to be gloomy? Many see a decrease in vitamin D levels in the winter. Lower Vitamin D levels affect serotonin levels. This makes us all a little gloomy. It is suggested that about 42% of Americans have Vitamin D deficiencies. It is suggested that an adult person needs roughly 800 IUs per day of Vitamin D. It is suggested a person should not exceed 4,000 IUs per day of Vitamin D. It is suggested that Vitamin D3 is a better source of Vitamin D than Vitamin D2.It is suggested that Vitamin D3 does best with Vitamin K2....

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L-glutamine helps with leaky gut - gut health, gut barrier

L-glutamine helps with leaky gut - gut health, gut barrier

Just ask the question. You should.Is L-Glutamine the secret to addressing leaky gut? No. Can it be a key part of the protocol to help leaky gut? Yes. No question. Do I take 5 grams of L-Glutamine daily, post-workout for muscle recovery AND gut health?Yes. Does Silver Fern™ (a gut health company) have a unique special "glutamine gut blend" that our microbiome research team formulated for gut health? For sure. 100%. For Silver Fern™, L-Glutamine is an ingredient we find extremely helpful for leaky gut. L-Glutamine is to leaky gut issues as Digestive Enzymes are to digestion issues. An incredible...

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Whole food vitamins vs. synthetic vitamins - gut health, nutrients, vitamins, minerals

Whole food vitamins vs. synthetic vitamins - gut health, nutrients, vitamins, minerals

Eating healthy is a top priority if you're worried about nutrients. No question. But if you can't eat fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and nutrient-dense food in sufficient amounts every day to provide you with all of your nutrient needs, please consider the Silver Fern™ whole food vitamin to help supplement where your diet may fall short. From our point of view, whole food nutrients are superfoods because they provide:✅️Antioxidants✅️Phytochemicals✅️Vitamins✅️MineralsYour body needs these!

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Die-off Discomforts - gut health, herx reaction, pathogens

Die-off Discomforts - gut health, herx reaction, pathogens

"I took [fill in the blank]. I now have [fill in the blank]. Is this caused by the products?" Could be. For sure. When bad stuff is being aggressively cleaned out in the gut, it can hurt. It can make you feel worse. Literally. Yes, this is a sign things are working and bad stuff is leaving. That's true. But it is not fun, right? Did you know when you rapidly change the environment of the gut barrier it surprises the microbiome and causes bloating and gas? The issues go away over a few weeks, but it can initially cause...

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4 Prebiotic Requirements - gut health, probiotics, prebiotics

4 Prebiotic Requirements - gut health, probiotics, prebiotics

There are a lot of prebiotic options available. A lot. So, instead of creating another basic prebiotic, Silver Fern™'s microbiologist and microbiome research team selected XOS, citrus bioflavonoids, and apple extract polyphenols to target the growth of the most important microbial populations (without feeding pathogens). ⁠⁠Targeted Prebiotic is part of our long-term gut maintenance protocol. ⁠⁠Targeted Prebiotic is in our protocol for weight loss (gut health is one key of many for healthy weight management).*⁠⁠Targeted Prebiotic is in our #buildup protocol for rebuilding the gut after a complete gut cleanup and detox.* ⁠⁠We call this product "targeted" because it is...

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The secret to helping reflux

The secret to helping reflux

Clearly, we do not want to argue with customers. We already spend hours each day trying to explain stuff like why and how Reflux and Regularity do much, much more than just help with reflux and constipation problems. ⁠⁠"Why is Reflux in my protocol if I don't have reflux and heartburn issues?" ⁠⁠It is tough to encourage people to do more, when most people want to do less and get more from it. ⁠⁠That being said, if you ask for Phil's response to reflux and heartburn issues, you will see he provides a subtle suggestion for customers to consider doing...

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Antibiotic Gut Recovery Protocol - gut health, probiotics

Antibiotic Gut Recovery Protocol - gut health, probiotics

Let's assume you have chosen to take antibiotics to address your gut problems. All is not lost. Antibiotics are necessary sometimes. We have a plan for that too. Would you like to make antibiotics work better and also help prevent or reduce the damage caused by them? Maybe your SIBO won't go away. Maybe your UTIs are just unbearable and you are frustrated. Maybe you have a sinus infection. Maybe you have other issues that require antibiotics. Whatever the issue, did you know that certain strains of probiotics are shown to help antibiotics work better and are also shown to...

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Why take digestive enzymes? - gut health, enzymes, FODMAP, nutrient absorption

Why take digestive enzymes? - gut health, enzymes, FODMAP, nutrient absorption

Let's start with the basics: Not all enzymes work the same, are of the same quality, and are effective. If you choose to use high-quality enzymes, you still need to take the right enzymes for the right reasons. There are four reasons to take enzymes:1) You have an enzyme deficiency from gut issues (low gastric juice production and pancreas issues)2) You are eating larger portion sizes than your body naturally produces enzymes for3) You are aging (over 40) so your enzyme production has naturally decreased4) You don't have adequate bacteria types to help produce enzymes like lactase, protease, etc. Personally...

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Vitamin D Facts - gut health, nutrients, vitamin D, Vitamin K2

Vitamin D Facts - gut health, nutrients, vitamin D, Vitamin K2

There aren't a lot of nutrients that you aren't going to get from a healthy diet. I'd suggest most people do well (or even better) eating healthy and focusing on nutrient absorption without all the added stuff that companies tell them they must have. That said, Vitamin D deficiency in the US is prevalent (at least from 2001 to 2018 it was). Vitamin D3 and Vitamin K2 seem to be scientifically proven to be a dynamic duo too. There is a reason many internal medicine groups suggest that everyone should be taking vitamin D3 with K2. Most internal medicine groups...

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What Silver Fern Brand is not - gut health, supplements

What Silver Fern Brand is not - gut health, supplements

Is Silver Fern™ right for you? Maybe. Maybe not. Some people should not buy from us. That's the truth. We don't like to cut corners. Why? About 7 out of 10 times this results in people having to start over. We hate it. We focus on complete protocols. Complete. Not half-a**. We can't promise that when you are doing massive changes to the gut you aren't going to feel anything. Some don't. But many do. If you are looking for a super comfortable process, we can't guarantee that. Why? Many times when you're making drastic changes to the gut, it...

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6 easy tips for gut health - gut health, protocol

6 easy tips for gut health - gut health, protocol

Do you know what I am really bad at? Telling people to do a mediocre protocol that MAY help them when I know if I go big, have them start at the top and work down, and then complete the full protocol the likelihood of them succeeding is high. Here is my truth. My gut was a wreck. A total disaster. I had lived on antibiotics as a kid from a grandpa who was a doctor. I had everything from reflux, heartburn, food intolerances, and a horrible immune system to a metabolism that was dead. I had massive bloating by...

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8 Reasons people fail with gut helath - gut health, protocol, supplements

8 Reasons people fail with gut helath - gut health, protocol, supplements

After working with tens of thousands of customers for well over nine years, we sort of know what works and what doesn't work. You might say we have seen a lot. We have helped a lot of people. We also know why people don't get well again and why/where our protocols and products don't work. Can we fix a bowel obstruction? Nope. 🙅🏻‍♂️Can we fix a hiatal hernia? Can't fix that either. 🙅🏻‍♂️Can products offset high stress, a horrible diet, and drinking too much? Can't fix that either. ❌️Are we great at helping with bile acid malabsorption? Not really. But...

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Ultimate Probiotic vs. Other Probiotics - gut health, digestion, antibiotics

Ultimate Probiotic vs. Other Probiotics - gut health, digestion, antibiotics

How does Ultimate Probiotic compare to other probiotics? Let's start with the basics. 🔹They don't even have the same strains. Obviously, having different ingredients is a sign that they aren't the same.*🔹Ultimate Probiotic was formulated by a microbiologist that specializes in microbiome research and gut health, not a doctor that specializes in cardiology or a wellness specialist (for example).*🔹Ultimate Probiotic was formulated for a broad range of gut health needs assuming people needed: 1️⃣ broad range beneficial bacteria growth (not a few beneficial strains)2️⃣ bacteria diversity (not a few beneficial strains)3️⃣ a strong gut barrier, etc. When Ultimate Probiotic was...

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5 reasons constipation issues are not a quick fix - gut health, laxatives

5 reasons constipation issues are not a quick fix - gut health, laxatives

Not so simple, right? Just eat more fiber, drink more water, and exercise. That's the answer for everyone. But what if you are still constipated? Some ask why resolving constipation issues isn't a quick easy fix. The answer is that constipation isn't a fast fix unless it is a fairly recent issue. Meaning, if you've been dealing with it long-term, it's going to take a bit to get it fixed.Here is what we see, if a person does the Slow Motility Protocol (or the Slow Motility+ Protocol, my preferred protocol) for the full 90 days, most of them can re-establish...

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Signs of parasites - gut health, pathogens, parasites

Signs of parasites - gut health, pathogens, parasites

Where do parasites come from?1) Contaminated food2) Uncooked meat3) Unclean fruits and vegetables4) Walking barefoot in the dirt5) Swimming in lakes, ponds, and creeks6) Handling animals7) Overseas travelIf parasites are among some of your concerns and you want to do a cleanup but aren't interested in 6 months of strict dieting, complex instructions, and using 10 products, consider our Pathogen Protocol. It's a simple, yet effective protocol so that you can get on with your life. Check out our Pathogen Protocol.Side Note: Cleaning stuff out can be uncomfortable. If you are worried about this just ease into the protocol at...

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The secret to long-term gut health - gut health, prebiotics, probiotics

The secret to long-term gut health - gut health, prebiotics, probiotics

Oh, the things I would do differently if I knew 10 years ago what I know now. People muck up gut health efforts. They do a little cleanup, with some build-up, with a variety of products that make no sense together all at the same time. Most of us never address motility upfront. (How do you clean up a gut that is clogged up?) We do a partial cleanup. And then to build up the gut we assume the end-all-be-all is a probiotic. Probiotics have been ultra-hyped up for so long that we assume that's the answer to all gut...

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Signs of malabsorption - gut health, digestive enzymes, reflux, Mucosave®

Signs of malabsorption - gut health, digestive enzymes, reflux, Mucosave®

What did our microbiologist suggest first to help with malabsorption? Digestive Enzymes. He found the industry-leading enzyme product (which I won't mention here, but we still like it) and then formulated something better. Thus, our Digestive Enzyme was created. The next thing our science team suggested was to rebuild the mucosal barrier of the small intestine. You probably wondered why a product called "Reflux" would be in the suggestion in slide 4? Reflux (and Regularity) contain MucoSave®. MucoSave® is key to helping make the mucosal barrier stronger and the small intestine "sticky" for nutrients. Now, on to the big picture....

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Protocol for gastritis discomforts, ulcer issues, h. pylori & candida overgrowth without constipation - gut health, reflux, cleanse

Protocol for gastritis discomforts, ulcer issues, h. pylori & candida overgrowth without constipation - gut health, reflux, cleanse

You've asked specifically for this protocol. Many customers have asked me to provide a protocol that would "knock the 💩 out of" these issues. One of them said they were so tired of messing around with their issues. They asked for an aggressive protocol. This is it.Please note, the number of bottles listed on the second slide is the amount you will need for a 30-day supply. This protocol is a 90-day protocol, we highly recommend getting on the subscribe and save program so you don't run out (plus you save💰️). Consistency is HUGE so you don't want to run...

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Chronic diarrhea and BAM - gut health, gallbladder, bile acid malabsorption

Chronic diarrhea and BAM - gut health, gallbladder, bile acid malabsorption

Don't accidentally lump BAM in with IBS-D. They are not the same and the causes can vary. Unfortunately, BAM is a lot more complicated than other causes of chronic diarrhea. It is complex, so the response is complex. And I'm not sure that the medical community has a great response to it. We are fantastic at helping with all causes of diarrhea/loose stools except for BAM. BAM is super tough and the suggested answer for helping with it is bile-acid binders (meds). So, I don't know that we have a great response for it that is immediate and effective. With...

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3 keys to helping constipation you don't know - gut health, constipation, stress

3 keys to helping constipation you don't know - gut health, constipation, stress

We specialize in constipation issues. Literally. Our customers want to get off of laxatives. They are tired of having their bowel movements held hostage by a product. So, in the spirit of that introduction, please know we analyze what causes constipation from all angles to help with it. Here is an angle many miss. And to be frank, we didn't have an answer for it until recently:What if managing your stress, anxiety, depression, mood, and low serotonin are the keys to helping with your chronic constipation issues? When people are under high stress, anxious, and have "low" mood, they struggle...

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Do you have super sensitive stomach issues? - gut health, reflux, heartburn, gastritis

Do you have super sensitive stomach issues? - gut health, reflux, heartburn, gastritis

You may have noticed that supplements don't agree with you and may make things worse for you. Have you ever taken a supplement to then have it make your reflux/heartburn issues worse?Do vitamins and such cause you to have nausea? If so, you likely have a very inflamed mucosal lining. And you may not be ready for a standard gut health protocol. So, where do you start? We suggest loading up with MucoSave® to coat the entire stomach lining from top to bottom. After that, you need to continue to take MucoSave® while improving all other functions of the stomach...

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Causes of Indigestion - gut health, reflux, heartburn, gastritis

Causes of Indigestion - gut health, reflux, heartburn, gastritis

Impaired digestion hurts. ⁠⁠When your stomach lining, which is supposed to protect against its own acid, is worn down it becomes easily irritated and inflamed. Here is a flow of how the problems may be happening to you:⁠⁠Stress, gut imbalances, unhealthy meals/diet, slow gastric emptying, inflammation, and/or low stomach acid⁠⬇️⁠Weak stomach lining⁠⬇️⁠Large meal⁠⬇️⁠Further irritation to the stomach lining⁠⬇️⁠Major discomforts ⁠⁠Meaning, you have been beating your stomach lining up and then you do one more thing that takes it over the top, causing you pain and discomfort. ⁠⁠Given all of the causes of indigestion, here's what you can do to cover...

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The secret to reflux, soothing the stomach - gut health, reflux, heartburn, acid blockers

The secret to reflux, soothing the stomach - gut health, reflux, heartburn, acid blockers

Believe it or not, reflux is not caused by too much stomach acid (for the vast majority of you, maybe some). Here are a list of issues that can cause reflux and heartburn:1) Slow gastric emptying (gastroparesis)2) Inflammation of the mucous lining of the stomach (gastritis) 3) Indigestion / dyspepsia 4) H. pylori overgrowth5) Low stomach acid 6) Weak esophageal sphincter (may be an autoimmune issue, too much stomach pressure/slow gastric emptying, too little magnesium, being overweight, smoking, alcohol, PPIs, high-fat foods, and meds.) Does loading up acid blockers help the CAUSE of these issues? 🚫Nope! But MucoSave® is a...

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Why do you need stomach acid? Then why are you blocking it? - gut health, reflux, heartburn, acid blockers

Why do you need stomach acid? Then why are you blocking it? - gut health, reflux, heartburn, acid blockers

✅Yes, you can block stomach acid.✅Yes, this does work pretty fast for reflux and heartburn. Did it myself for a long time. It is super cheap. ✅Yes, you can use the "secret recipe" of baking soda and water. Also true. This is like an antacid (neutralizing acid). Not good for you long-term, but wow it is super cheap. But what if you can put reflux/heartburn issues to rest correctly once and for all WITHOUT blocking acid? I mean, maybe you should keep stomach acid flowing for stuff like breaking down your foods and preventing infections. Just a thought. For about...

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How do acid blockers affect protein digestion? - gut health, reflux, heartburn, acid blockers

How do acid blockers affect protein digestion? - gut health, reflux, heartburn, acid blockers

Are you loading up on protein to build muscle? Are you taking acid blockers for reflux and heartburn? Acid blocking actually decreases protein digestion in the stomach. You are wasting money, time, and effort.Did you know that it is now assumed that by actually increasing stomach acid production, one can better improve reflux and heartburn? Meaning, that maybe reflux and heartburn are from too little stomach acid, not too much. I don't think this is the same for all people. Some (a very few with Zollinger-Ellison syndrome) may have too much stomach acid. But this is very rare. Either way,...

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