Just like a garden, your gut is a habitat. The Gut Garden healing protocol consists of five steps— Clean, Prepare, Plant, Feed and Protect—to restore balance, re-establish healthy digestion, and alleviate chronic and occasional symptoms once and for all.
To start growing a beautiful garden means to remove any weeds or debris. Activated charcoal safely absorbs toxins and unwanted material through the digestive tract and out of the body.
Replace digestive functions that may have been depleted or compromised over time, much like preparing the soil with nutrients for planting.
Like sowing new seeds, introduce beneficial bacteria to your gut with probiotics. It’s important to reinoculate with healthy bacteria to assist with improved metabolism, digestion and immune function.
Fertilizing the garden is vital to ensure its continued growth. Help beneficial bacteria to thrive by feeding it a broad spectrum prebiotic and promote microbial diversity.
Gardens are vulnerable to many external and internal threats over time. The infrastructure of our stomachs and intestines are also sensitive. We need to restore and strengthen the intestinal lining to prevent further damage.