If your life is ruled by irritable bowel syndrome, or other conditions that cause diarrhoea, you may find Enterosgel can transform your ability to take part in normal daily activities.
Enterosgel works in a completely different way to other IBS treatments. It is not a drug and does not affect the normal working of the bowel. It works by quickly and efficiently mopping up toxins and other substances that irritate the bowel to effectively reduce diarrhoea.
Enterosgel, as the name implies, is a gel that you take by mouth. It binds to environmental and dietary toxins, allergens, viruses, and bacterial toxins in the bowel, trapping them until they are safely eliminated from the body within 12 to 24 hours.
If other treatments aren’t working as well as you would like, try adding Enterosgel as a supportive treatment for diarrhoea associated with:
- Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS-D which is diarrhoea predominant)
- Allergies with gastrointestinal symptoms
- Gastroenteritis (infectious diarrhoea)
- Traveller’s diarrhoea
- Taking antibiotics.
What’s in Enterosgel?
Enterosgel just contains an organic mineral and purified water. It does not contain anything else so is free from drugs, preservatives, colouring, gluten, lactose, flavours or sweeteners, and does not have a taste.
The gel looks slightly cloudy and feels slightly powdery in the mouth but is easy to take – either on a spoon or stirred into water.
Enterosgel contains unique, porous molecules, which pass gently through the gut without being absorbed themselves. The pore size of these molecules is designed to selectively attract and bind harmful particles on its surface, without removing beneficial substances such as water or vitamins.
How effective is Enterosgel?
Enterosgel is an effective yet gentle treatment for different types of diarrhoea.
In adults with diarrhoea-predominant irritable bowel syndrome, Enterosgel normalised stool frequency in almost 50% of people, with normal stool form and decreased pain severity. Treatment also significantly increased the number of beneficial probiotic bacteria (bifidobacteria) and reduced the presence of harmful bacteria (enterotoxigenic E. coli).
Enterosgel is also used as an integral part of treatment in children and adults with atopic dermatitis, as researchers have found these patients also have increased blood levels of endotoxins. Use of Enterosgel (at the appropriate dose for age) as part of a complex, anti-allergy, treatment regime can reduce the level of toxins and pathogens in the gut to improve skin condition and overall health.
I was also impressed by a new study involving the use of Enterosgel in people undergoing cancer therapy. Apparently, Enterosgel can reduce some of the side effects associated with radiotherapy, such as diarrhoea and nausea. Enterosgel can also help to reduce some of the side effects of chemotherapy, such as weight loss.
How to use Enterosgel
Enterosgel is available as an oral suspension in a tube (90g and 225g sizes) or in sachets (15g dose, ten sachets). For IBS or other chronic condition the best option is the larger tube (225g) while the 90g size is ideal for children. You will also benefit from Enterosgel sachets, which are handy to carry with you to work or when travelling.
Across millions of doses, no serious side effects have occurred when taking Enterosgel. Some people have reported constipation, but this is easily avoided by drinking enough water.
Another fascinating thing about Enterosgel is that you can take it together with other supplements and medications. But, when taking other medicines, take them 1-2 hours before or after Enterosgel. Your doctor or pharmacist can provide further advice.
Enterosgel has a long track record of safe and effective use. It has been available for over 20 years, and over a 100 million single doses are taken every year throughout Europe alone. It is so safe and effective it is even licensed for use by children and during pregnancy or breastfeeding.
The correct dose for your age is easily found on the package and Enterosgel website.
Although Enterosgel has only been available in the UK for three years, the number of positive testimonials is impressive.
People with IBS say it works a dream and they wouldn’t travel far without it. Some have even found that their hayfever symptoms have gone, which suggests there is still a lot we don’t understand about the complex interactions between the gut, immune system and the rest of the body.
Enterosgel is a versatile product, which can be used for a wide range of health problems, from IBS and food poisoning to skin complaints and hayfever. I’ve certainly got a tube in my first aid cupboard ready for use when needed.
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