Removing the ‘bad’ organisms from the gut is only half the battle. We also have to replant and feed the gut’s intestinal flora, the body’s good bacteria. This is done with probiotics and prebiotics.
The clean gut program replace invaluable nutrients in the body. These include magnesium and other minerals, vitamins, good proteins, good fats, fiber, and complex carbs. The program creates conditions in the gut that allow for better absorption of these nutrients.
The intestinal mucosa, the cells that form the intestinal wall, are most need of architectural repair.
The clean gut program is about removing from the gut anything that poses an obstacle to the gut’s optimal function. This could be toxic organisms, such as viruses, bacteria, yeast, or parasites. It can also be toxic molecules, most of which come in our food and drink, such as preservatives, additives, hormones, antibiotics, heavy metals,…