Friday, October 30, 2015

A real-life horror story inside of you

Deep within the recesses of your body may lie one or more deadly creatures.

Having one of these creatures is bad enough...

But having more than one is a NIGHTMARE!

They creep out of their dark, secret hiding places ever so quietly.  You have no warning or inclination that they are slowly overcoming you.

Closer and closer they come. 

There's no escaping them. 

You are trapped and completely helpless. 

And then comes the real terror as they launch their vicious attack on you!
The pain is tortuous. 

Chances are good you may see your own blood dripping.

On and on it goes--more pain, more blood, more agony!

You pray for the nightmare to be over.

Eventually, after what seems to be an eternity, it slows down.

The creatures slither away and recede back into their hiding places.

You lay there, exhausted yet relieved that the agony is subsiding.

But don't be fooled--because they'll be BACK!

And who knows how horrible it will be next time. 

Hopefully you'll live to tell about it...
 
Sadly, the spooky story I've just made up is how someone feels during an attack of a digestive condition

It’s bad enough when a person has one of those conditions--but increasing numbers of people are now suffering from MULTIPLE digestive problems.

What’s going on?

Unfortunately, with the vast majority of the 70 million Americans suffering from digestive conditions, it’s a matter of reaping what we’ve sown.

Conditions like irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), diverticulosis, diverticulitis, acid reflux and chronic constipation are ALL conditions that stem from one primary root cause:

Poor digestion.

Millions of people destroy their own digestion day in and day out with their diets. 

The typical diet of fast and processed foods is very difficult for your system to effectively break down…and if digestion isn’t carried out like it should be, then gas, bloating, heartburn, constipation, diarrhea and/or dysbiosis in your gut can become your regular companion.

If this goes on long enough, things can become more serious and you may find yourself in the doctor's office being poked and prodded in more bodily orifices than you knew you had.

Then you may be given a formal diagnosis...or maybe multiple diagnoses. 
At that point, you’ll probably be given acid reducers or other digestive drugs, but they actually can make the problem even worse.

Not only do the drugs do nothing to address the primary cause of your agony to begin with (your diet), but they can also make it worse by possibly ruining your digestion even more!

For example, acid reducers cripple your stomach’s ability to secrete acid, which impairs your initial break down of proteins and leaves you without the protection of stomach acid against potentially dangerous pathogens in your food. 

Plus antispasmodics and laxatives can slow down or stop the peristalsis (muscle movement) in your intestinal tract, which is what moves your wastes along until you have a bowel movement. 

Sometimes people are even given anti-anxiety drugs for digestive conditions--there's a whole Pandora's box of side effects associated with those, with a big one being constipation!

Stop the horror

The good news is your digestive horror story can have a happy ending.

Because by helping to improve your digestion, you can make a huge difference in how you feel...and keep those monsters away for good.

Here are the areas you need to address:

What goes in should come out

If you have been diagnosed with a digestive problem (or problems), that's your body telling you there is something very wrong with what you're eating and it can't effectively break down your foods. 

It's time to LISTEN and help your body along by eating meals that are not only delicious and nourishing, but easier to break down.

That is exactly what the Great Taste No Pain health system will help you do!
It's just a matter of avoiding eating certain foods together and working some more of healthy foods into your meals. A few simple changes can make all the difference in the world for you. 

When your body can accomplish digestion more like it's supposed to, you can begin to see these wonderful changes:
  • Heartburn can go away (no more sleeping propped up on pillows!)
  • Diarrhea and constipation dissipate
  • A flatter stomach (no more bloated beach ball belly)
  • You may need fewer digestive medications
  • Excess weight can come off and stay off  

Get a little help from your friends

Many people have helped their digestion and felt tremendous relief from heartburn, gas and bloating just by giving their system a little enzyme help.

And when it comes to seeking out an excellent digestive enzyme supplement, look no farther than Digestizol Max.

Digestizol Max is loaded with 15 natural, potent plant-derived enzymes that will give your body the help it needs to break down all of your foods--even heavy proteins, complex carbs and sticky fats.

Plus the friendly flora that inhabits your small and large intestines plays a significant role in digestion and nutrient absorption too.

But many people with poor digestion may be lacking in these helpful good guys.  Plus many other factors like stress, environmental toxins and medications can also throw off your flora balance.

The good news is probiotic supplementation with a high-quality formula like Super Shield can help turn that around.

Super Shield can help your body rebound from years or even decades of poor digestion and the resulting harmful bacteria overgrowth in your gut.  It can help to repopulate and maintain your supply of friendly bacteria, support your immune system functioning and encourage more regular BMs.
 
By giving your body the support it needs, you can help make sound, efficient digestion your realty and say goodbye to the “digestive monsters” for good! 

2 comments:

  1. I have been on acid reducers for years as my body produces excessive amounts. The reflux attacks that I would have, if not on Nexium, puts me in the emergency room. In addition, I started probiotics & a digestzyme about 2 yrs. ago which has helped me that I rarely have attacks. So I decided to slowly stop the acid reducer & immediately had an attack. My gastrointestinal doctor told me absolutely not to go off the Nexium or the diseases that could incur (like Graves or Crohns) are worse. The digestzyme I take has no acid in it. The holistic doctor told me some digestzymes have acid. Is your Digestizol Max safe to take acid-wise? Thank you.
    BK

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    1. We highly recommend consulting your physician and/or pharmacist when starting a new supplement and also attempting to stop taking a prescribed medication. Digestive enzymes may cause gastrointestinal effects the first few days as the person's body adjusts and detoxes. These side effects may include constipation or diarrhea, stomach pain, loss of appetite, nausea, gas or bloating. Other common side effects also are temporary and can include headache, fatigue, drowsiness or dizziness that typically goes away after a couple of days. If it does not stop within the first few days of appropriate use, it is likely that your body is not deficient in these enzymes or that you're not taking them correctly or with the appropriate foods (proteins, starches, and/or fats).

      Digestizol Max contains 15 different enzymes and proprietary herbal blend. Here is a link to the supplement facts for the product: http://www.holisticblends.com/Digestizol-Max-Supplement-p/digestmax.htm

      If you have any other questions or require assistance, please contact our support team at support@holisticblends.com.


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