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Irritable Bowel Syndrome

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The digestive tract is the part of our body that allows absorption of what we eat into our internal environment.

The digestive tract is a long tube that starts in the mouth and ends in the colon and rectum. Once food is eaten, the digestive system releases enzymes to break down food into small particles so they can be absorbed by intestine.

The  small gaps that are junctions between intestinal cells allow only the absorption of tiny particles that the underlying intestinal immune system does not react against.

If the digestive system is working properly, we have maximum absorption of nutrients, resulting in energy and vitality.

When the digestive system is not working well, we have bloating, systemic inflammation, skin rashes, food sensitivities, constipation, abdominal discomfort, fatigue, and many other diverse non-specific symptoms such as headaches, poor mood, joint pain, muscle fatigue, etc.

The digestive tract may become compromised with a diet high in refined sugar, a diet low in fiber, as well as antibiotics, medications, stress, parasitic infections, bacterial infections, nutrient deficiencies, and alcohol use. These mechanisms may promote inflammation of the intestinal tract and lead to increased intestinal permeability and may lead to a situation known as IBS or Irritable Bowel Syndrome.

The RepairVite™ Program: The RepairVite™ (K60) program is an aggressive and complete regimen designed to break the vicious cycle of leaky gut. It consists of a restricted dietary program (to reduce intestinal inflammation) as well as targeted nutritional supplements that are required for several days to help support intestinal membranes.

The program may need to be conducted for 30-60 days for more progressed cases and can be conducted for as few as 3 days for quick recovery after exposure to food sensitivities. To determine the appropriate length of program for you, please consult your healthcare practitioner.

Adjunct Products to Assist with RepairVite™ (K60) In addition to the strict dietary changes and the RepairVite™ program, two additional supplements can enhance the regimen. The first product is Strengtia™ (K61), which provides beneficial bacterial probiotics and arabinogalactans to support intestinal microflora.

The second product, GI-Synergy™ (K64), provides a diverse set of natural compounds that contain natural anti-bacterial, anti-yeast, and anti-parasitic properties to support healthy intestinal terrain. The combination of these two formulas supplies the necessary nutrients to support and maintain healthy intestinal lining.

Lastly, once the RepairVite™ program is completed, it is strongly suggested to complete the 21-day ClearVite-SF® (K24) liver detoxification support program.

When the lining of the small intestine becomes too porous, it allows entry of toxins, microorganisms, and undigested food particles into the bloodstream and triggers an inflammatory immune response. Intestinal barrier compromise has been associated with multiple food sensitivities, increased inflammation, autoimmune reactions, chronic fatigue, and diverse gastrointestinal symptoms.

RepairVite™ (K60) is formulated to provide key nutrients to help support intestinal barrier integrity.

  • It contains scientifically researched nutrients such as flavonoids, antioxidants, plant sterols, glycoproteins, and saponins to address the complex nutritional needs to support intestinal lining integrity.
  • Provides glycoproteins to cover mucosa called mucin to support mucosal membrane
  • Supports the regeneration and restoration of the intestinal lining as it relates to nutritional balance
  • Provides natural compounds that may aid in reducing intestinal pain and discomfort
  • Provides extracts with high mucilage content to soothe and help the intestines heal
  • Provides phyto extracts to help modulate gastrointestinal motility and secretion of digestive enzymes

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