Leaky Gut Protocol


Leaky gut occurs when you have increased mucosal permeability or inflammation in the lining of the small intestine.

There are a variety of factors that can contribute to leaky gut, including foods (especially gluten, genetically modified, and inflammatory foods), pathogenic microorganisms in the intestinal tract (bacteria, yeast, parasites), and certain medications (NSAIDS being at the top of the list). Increased mucosal permeability can lead to a wide range of inflammatory/autoimmune disorders and digestive symptoms. It is important to realize that you may have a leaky gut without having any significant digestive complaints.
The shake provides nutrients to help decrease intestinal inflammation​, support detoxification, heal the intestinal lining and reestablish a healthy gut flora. The shake contains immunoglobulins (IgG and IgY)*. These immunoglobulins or antibodies help to support immune function in the gut, as well as seal up the tight gap junctions in the intestinal lining. Although the immunoglobulin complex (IgG) is derived from ​bovine, ​it does not contain the proteins found in dairy that cause an immune reaction with a dairy intolerance. Check with your provider if you are concerned about a possible reaction.
*Note: May not need both IgG and IgY; try IgY first.
The protocol is most effective when used in combination with an elimination diet.

 Instructions for the Protocol:

OptiCleanse® GHI 1 packet daily
* Mega IgG 2000 1 scoop daily (optional as directed)
IG 26 DF (IgY) 1 scoop daily
ProbioMax® Plus DF 1 stick pack daily

Blend, shake or briskly stir all 3 (4) together with 8-12 ounces of water.

We recommend using water to avoid introducing any ingredients other than the protocol.   ​

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       MegaIgG2000 Powder         

For General Protocol Guidelines 

We recognize these changes can be significant and overwhelming. We recommend working with a nutritionist, so you have support during this period of transition, including providing you with food suggestions and recipe recommendations tailored to your needs.

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