Nanny to Mommy: Helping Ease the Symptoms of Leaky Gut with Restore



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Sunday, June 18, 2017

Helping Ease the Symptoms of Leaky Gut with Restore

My mom has been having some tummy issues and what I can only call "leaky gut syndrome". I simply have no other word to describe it. Since she has been having these issues and has also tried about every probiotic under the sun, I decided to let her try out Restore that I received complimentary review through Moms Meet.


What is "Leaky Gut Syndrome"?
Leaky gut is actually something of a medical mystery, according to Web MD. It can be constant bloating, gas, aches & pains, food allergies, or even chronic diarrhea. People with chronic illnesses, such as celiac or Crohn's disease, tend to suffer from this mysterious intestinal disorder.
My mother takes many medications for different ailments, including diabetes and multiple sclerosis. There has been some links to MS and leaky gut, according to a study mentioned here.
So What Can Be Done?
Since Leaky Gut Syndrome is still being researched, what has been helping is a change of diet (which I have been working on with her), eliminating problem foods, and addition of probiotics. But what if there was a way to repair the probiotics already found in your system?


Restore is the first-of-its-kind gut health supplement, and it contains no probiotics (or prebiotics). The strongest probiotic on the market contains up to 50 strands of bacteria, but your body optimally contains up to 20,000. Good benefits of probiotics can plateau after a few weeks, because they support a monoculture by containing so few species.

Good gut bacteria protect our immune system, because about 60-70% of our immune system is in the gut membrane system, the gastrointestinal-associated lymphoid tissue (GALT), and the GALT produces 80% of the body’s antibodies. Restore is a unique dietary supplement that strengthens the gut lining, which supplies the first line of defense against everyday exposures to environmental and food-borne factors.


Restore Is Not a Probiotic from Restore4Life on Vimeo.


Why Is Good Bacteria So Important?
Restore reestablishes our internal “filtering” system by keeping chemicals and fiber in the gut and out of the bloodstream, which the immune system would have to deal with. Unfortunately, the chemicals in our modern world, including the chemicals in processed foods and in agriculture, such as pesticides, weed killers, and the antibiotics fed to farm animals, have invaded our food supply.

Restore has been shown (in lab studies and as reported in peer reviewed journal articles) to protect the gut lining against the effects of both gluten and glyphosate (active ingredient in Roundup®).
My mother is still in the process of taking this supplement, so I will updated this post with more of her results. I will say that my mother said there was a taste issue to get use to. This supplement has been known to increase mental clarity, mood, and even happiness.

If you plan to purchase Restore, make sure you take advantage of their 20% off offer as well. Or you can purchase on Amazon.


*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

I received this product for free from Moms Meet to use and post my honest opinions. Compensation for this post was provided and this page may contain affiliate links.

1 comment:

  1. My mom had MS for years. She ended up in a nursing home where she eventually died. She had similar gut and bowel problems. But she's been dead since September 14, 2005. I don't know if this was known then & if it was, I would have definitely started her on a regiment of this. I would have done anything to help her! She did take some Shaklee (I think that's how it is spelled) products. They were all natural and she really liked the products that contained aloe vera.
    I'm going to ask my doctor about this. I am a Diabetic with other health issues. Another words, I'm a mess! Thanks for sharing!

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