Worldwide, over 220 million people are suffering from gut, bowel and digestive problems. If you’re one of them, please read every word coming up…
“Why Haven't You Been Told These Facts About Severe Digestion & Gut Problems?”
Yet another of the many modern day complaints
plaguing so many of us in contemporary society.
Does anything below sound familiar?
- Cramping and Discomfort (many times severe),
- Bloating and Persistent Flatulence,
- Unable to "go" or going all the time?
You're not alone. As many as 20% of the adult population, or one in five people, have or will eventually experience the discomforts listed above.
Where Are All These Stomach and Bowel Problems Coming From?
First off, forget about stress or anxiety. Millions of people have stress in their lives. But what they don't have are the spasms, the cramps, the embarrassing gas.
So what's the culprit? Simply put... it's those countless little critters living in your intestines!
Our digestive tracts are inhabited by billions of bacteria, with our gut providing the “prime real estate” for them to both grow and thrive.
There are “good” bacteria (like lactobacillus) and “bad” bacteria (like E. coli and numerous others) taking up residence in our intestines.
Entering our body immediately after birth, good bacteria act in a symbiotic relationship with us - their human host.
We give them room and board. In return, the good bacteria helps us with metabolism and digestion. Vitamin K and biotin production, in particular, are accomplished by beneficial gut bacteria.
Dr. Andrew Jones
My name is Dr. Andrew Jones, MD and medical researcher. Perhaps you’ve heard me on the radio – addressing millions of people like you suffering from a host of preventable health issues – heart disease included.
I constantly stress the need for proper nutrition and healthy, holistic living. This is especially important in the “modern” environment we now live in – an environment filled with toxins, chemical residues, and rogue hormones – a virtual cornucopia of health damaging substances.
Whenever I get the chance, I try and spread the word about how we can regain our natural, innate ability to live vibrant, healthy lives – reversing the ill effects and poor health our poisoned environment has brought into being.
The Balance of Power
As you just read, your gut provides a paradise environment for bacteria (both good & bad) to live in. But your “good” bacteria are pretty territorial and fight off unwanted neighbors.
However, our modern day way of living is stacking the deck against good intestinal health…
- Birth control pills
- Synthetic hormones
- Bad diets
- Poor nutrition
- Environmental toxins
These are just a sampling of what can kill off the good bacteria, inhibit your body’s ability to fight off bad bacteria or just plain provide an overwhelming feeding frenzy for the bad guys to set up shop.
BAD BACTERIA + YEAST = LOUSY NEWS FOR YOU
When bad bacteria start getting the upper hand in your intestinal tract, yeast often moves in and takes up residence. This shift in your gut causes pretty severe problems - an altered balance of power in the continuous war zone of your intestines.
Once the good bacteria have been supplanted by yeast or bad bacteria in sufficient numbers, your health can begin to suffer.
Yeast – A Slow Assassin
Yeast isn't your friend - in fact it can slowly but surely turn your health upside down over the decades. Or it can come on like gangbusters - leaving you to wonder what in the world hit you.
Living off excess sugar in your diet that passes down to the large intestine, yeast can make your life miserable.
How Much Is Excess Sugar To Blame?
- In 1900 the average consumption of sugar per person in the USA was about 5 lbs. per year.
- In 1980 it was 26 lbs. per year.
- Today it’s nearly 135 lbs per person, each year!
All this sugar is thought to be a direct contributor to a host of poor health issues, not just obesity.
(Did you know that in a 20 ounce bottle of regular carbonated soft drink, there are over 15 teaspoons of sugar, and in a “small” 12 oz. can there are over 9 teaspoons of sugar? That’s for each and every bottle & can of pop you drink. Ouch!)
Excess sugar is a seventh heaven for yeast cells. Just like in fermentation, yeast-sugar metabolism produces gas – mainly carbon dioxide (CO2).
Carbon dioxide is both colorless & odorless. When the yeast in your gut manufactures enough carbon dioxide it causes bloating, cramping and… intestinal gas!
If your flatus is mostly non-odorous, then it’s largely carbon dioxide.
Rule of Thumb: If your “wind” doesn’t smell, you have a yeast problem.
Antibiotics – Indiscriminate Killers
Used properly, antibiotics can and do save countless lives. But like with most everything else on this planet, there are trade-offs. Antibiotics attack all bacteria – both good and bad. One antibiotic – one pill – can be sufficient enough to kill off a large population of friendly bacteria. The problem here is obvious: With the good bacteria in retreat, the bad guys can multiply and take over!
But what if you never take antibiotics?
Doesn’t matter – because your digestive tract is under constant assault from toxins and bad diets. Plus, don’t forget the food supply has hidden antibiotics, hormones and poisons directly affecting your gut and bacterial flora. Our environment is unfortunately painfully polluted with all sort of harmful residues.
Probiotics - Returning Gut Balance The Natural Way
The last thing you want in relieving your digestive and bowel problems is something that's going to make it even worse. Yet amazingly, many people do exactly this!
Probiotics - One Major Piece Of The Digestive Puzzle
Probiotics are good bacteria concentrated in large quantities, and when taken as a nutritional supplement, go a long way helping to restore the beneficial flora in your gut.
Some good bacteria are found in food items like yogurt and kefir, but their quantities are nearly negligible.
However, one probiotic capsule (such as Primal Defense) is the beneficial bacteria equivalent of about 10,000 cups of yogurt!
I would highly recommend supplementing with probiotics – if only for keeping your intestinal tract healthy as possible.
But restoring the balance of healthy bacteria is only part of the equation. Yeast is also a culprit – one which I personally believe is the case for most of the digestive and bowel complaints so common today.
My professional opinion is that anti-yeast tactics are absolutely necessary for
supporting digestive and bowel health.
Controlling Yeast With Digestive Enzymes
Thankfully there are ways for getting the upper hand on yeast. You just read about probiotics. But there’s another way that can work wonders, especially against yeast… digestive enzymes.
Your natural digestive enzymes are found in your salivary glands (saliva), stomach, pancreas and intestines. Each has a specific task in breaking down food for proper digestion.
As we age, the amount of digestive enzymes in our body starts to decrease. That’s why as teenagers we can have a “iron stomach” and eat almost anything, but as the years progress we get more and more sensitive to what we ingest.
All digestive enzymes are helpful, but those that digest sugars are particularly beneficial for controlling bloating, cramping and flatulence. Anything that reduces the flow of undigested sugar feeding the yeast is good. If sugars are digested in the small intestine and don’t pass through into the large intestine, this is the equivalent of starving the yeast to death!
Low sugar diets help for the same reasons that digestive enzymes do. Starving the yeasts.
High Fructose Corn Syrup
The Killer Lurking In Our Food
Next time you go food shopping, take a look at the nutritional labels on anything canned, bottled or boxed. It’s a good chance you’ll find high fructose corn syrup as one the main (if not the top) ingredients.
This sugar is being added to almost everything, and is a huge contributor to our national ill-health epidemic. Why is high fructose corn syrup finding its way into so much of what we eat?
Corn is government subsidized – and the syrup is cheap. It’s an easy way to make food taste good while saving money for the producer. How do you think we’ve increased our sugar intake by over 4 times in just 30 years? It was by this stealth adulteration of the food supply.
Unfortunately it’s now wreaking havoc with our bodies.
The Long Term Consequences
Flatulence and cramping aren't jokes. It may start out as uncomfortable gas, but left unchecked, it can steadily grow into full time misery and embarrassment.
Think of this as an early warning sign of impending bad things to come.
Your gut is probably one of the most important organs in your body. Your entire body depends on the food it gets and how it’s digested. A lifetime of health can hang in the balance at this point in the digestive process.
If you are living anything near a modern lifestyle, then it’s more than likely your lower tract could use some powerful help, even if you aren’t experiencing the constant gas, bloating and cramps.
Digestive enzymes and Primal Defense probiotics can go a long way in helping you maintain your health and reversing years of nutritional neglect and environmental poisoning.
Primal Defense (one of the best brands I can recommend for restoring healthy flora in your intestines) can be found in high quality health food stores (such as Whole Foods) or online.
However, finding the optimal blend of digestive enzymes in one convenient capsule has been extremely difficult (if not impossible) to get.
That is, until now…
High Potency, Full Spectrum Digestive
Enzymes For Optimal Intestinal Health
Digest +SEB: This proprietary product directly addresses the problem of undigested and poorly digested sugars & starches in the large intestine.
Digest +SEB not only helps digest the excess sugars, but includes powerful enzymes specifically geared for breaking down and digesting fats & proteins.
- Digest +SEB Enzymes digest all food components: Sugars, starches, fats and proteins...
- Contains lactase for lactose-intolerant people...
- Helps protect against bad bacteria and yeast overgrowth...
- Directly addresses the cramping, bloating, gas and elimination problems so many people are now experiencing.
In my professional opinion, Digest +SEB is simply the world’s finest digestive enzyme blend, in any formulation at any price. And yes, not only do I offer this supplement to the public, but I personally take Digest +SEB myself.
All it takes is 1 capsule with each meal, and you’ll be supplying your body with all the essential enzymes your body needs for proper digestion & nutrition, such as:
- Amylase I & II
- Protease Blends I, II, & III
- HemiSEB (proprietary)
- Peptizyme SP (proprietary)
- Alpha Galactosidase
Imagine Life Free From The Constant
Exasperations of Intestinal Distress!
- No more bloating, puffy pressure making you feel like you swallowed a balloon…
- No more cramping and pain, as if your guts were being grabbed and twisted from the inside out, and…
- No more embarrassing, awkward flatulence making you want to run to the nearest closet and hide in shame.
Order your supply of Digest +SEB today, and start saying goodbye to those intestinal blues!
Here’s to a vibrant & wonderful life,
Dr. Andrew Jones, MD
Senior Medical Advisor, Women’s Health Institute of Texas
P.S. Digest +SEB can work wonders for your digestive & intestinal health, but let’s be practical here as well. When in active practice I often told my patients to think of a body like a car. Feed it bad gas, don’t change the oil or other essential fluids, and continually expose it to toxic stuff like heat, dirt and salt… one day it’s going to sputter and fail.
If you keep ingesting huge amounts of sugar & soft drinks, processed foods, white bread and other refined starches – don’t be surprised if you don't feel well!
Eat healthy, stay active and wisely supplement, and you’ll go a long way towards having an abundant, rich and healthy life!
P.P.S. A quick note about diet soda. Many people believe that drinking diet soda is healthy. Nothing could be further from the truth! Studies have shown drinking diet soda actually INCREASES your appetite, causing you to eat more.
It’s thought the brain senses something sweet, but becomes confused when there are no calories associated with that sweetness. Your appetite then goes into overdrive trying to make up for this caloric disconnect.
Plus, the artificial sweetener Aspartame used in many diet soda brands is anything but body friendly. It can actually break down into a formaldehyde-like compound in your liver!