Nutrients are absorbed through the small intestine. Because of diet, drugs, coffee, allergies – mucus hardens in the small intestine which prevents the absorption to some or all nutrients. Look around the edge of the pupil. If there is a reddish/orange ring you will see the extent of the build-up in the small intestine.
HERBAL SUPPILIMENTS INSIDE OUR SIGNATURE SMALL INTESTINE CLEANSE
(2) SMALL INTESTINE DETOX (NSP) - Small Intestine Detox supports the digestive system. Marshmallow has a high mucilage content, which may help to soothe digestive tract tissues. Pepsin is produced naturally in the body to help digest protein.
(1) Protease Plus (NSP) – TResearch has shown that Protease is largely responsible for keeping the small intestine free of parasites, including bacteria, intestinal worms, protozoa and yeast while eliminate cell debris. Proteases are a type of digestive enzyme that break down proteins into smaller proteins and amino acids. Some proteases act in the stomach, and others are secreted by the pancreas into the intestinal tract. When taken with meals, Protease Plus acts to help digest proteins from the diet. Taken between meals, it may help digest foreign proteins in the blood and support immunity by possibly activating macrophages and natural killer cells.
Tip: Have a certified lymphatic drainage massage therapist check your small intestine to see if its harder then usual. This can indicate you need to cleanse. Also, if you are eating well and taking supplements but still deficient, you may need this cleanse as the small intestine is responsible for processing nutrients in the body.
Signature Small Intestine Cleanse
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Please know, the dietary supplement and recommendation have been collected over time by a world renowned herbalist with over 40 years of experience; However, These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. As always please consult your doctor if symptoms are persistent or are recurrent. One ounce of prevention will always outweigh a cure.