Digestive Issues Can Lead To Immune Function Distress

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ONE very common cause of digestive distress is infectious agents - bacteria, parasites and even mold and fungus - it is extremely common but often overlooked.

For anyone who has ever dealt with a gut infection, you know how draining this can be.  About half of your torso is digestive organs. When those organs/tissues are not working properly, it can lead to a weakened immune response, fatigue and many other symptoms.

When my patients have some digestive discomfort, I will strongly consider that it can be infectious agents. If this turns out to be the case, there are a couple of simple supplements they can take to help calm the digestion down and feel some relief.

I will use several products - herbs, enzymes, concentrates/extracts, to kill the infection(s). What I have seen in over 20 years of clinical practice proves to me that infections do NOT travel alone. For example, you may been tested and told that you have H pylori but it is extremely likely you have several other infectious agents such as bacteria or parasites that are complicating issues.

The use of multiple solution treatments as mentioned above, makes sure that you are addressing the broadest reach, across multiple pathogenic agents.


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