Heartburn Bundle
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Heartburn Bundle

Eliminate Heartburn & Indigestion

Non-GMO. Vegetarian
$149
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Benefits:

  • Soothes, repairs and regenerates the lining of the esophagus
  • Defends against bad belly bacteria
  • Promotes the growth of beneficial flora and fauna
  • Strengthens the gastrointestinal system and immune health
  • Provides drug-free, chemical-free relief - without side-effects
  • Bundled to provide extra savings

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Overview

Description

Dr. Lipman's comprehensive 30 Day Plan to defeat the symptoms of heartburn and indigestion also protects against the potentially damaging effects of acid reducing drugs, including damage to the intestinal lining, poor nutrient absorption, disturbed gut microflora, and weakened immunity.

What to eat

Follow the Be Well Cleanse diet, plus avoid garlic and onions. Avoid eating processed and packaged foods. Focus on fortifying and nourishing your body with fresh wholesome foods and check out the acid-reducing tips below.

Ingredients

GI CALM - combines gut building botanical extracts and essential nutrients to boost the body’s ability to soothe, repair and regenerate the lining of the esophagus and the intestinal tract.

GI HERBAL FORMULA - is a botanical blend to beat back bad belly bacteria and promote a healthier balance of gut microflora. This creates a stronghold for good digestion, improved overall gastric function and in the long run, vigorous immunity.

PROBIOTIC POWDER - provides 5 of the most stable and viable “good bacteria” that are critical for healthier digestion, improved gastro function in general, stronger immunity, optimal vitamin absorption and better overall health.

Formulated to exclude wheat, yeast, gluten, eggs, dairy, soy, artificial colors, flavors, sugars, preservatives or ingredients of animal origin.
Manufactured in an NSF audited GMP certified facility.
Made in the US.

Contents

GI Calm - 120 Vegetarian Capsules, 2 bottles of 60 capsules, 30 servings
GI Herbal Formula - 60 vegetarian capsules
Probiotic Powder - 120 grams or 30, 1 teaspoon servings

Directions

GI Calm - 2 capsules twice daily on an empty stomach
GI Herbal Formula - 1 capsule twice daily on an empty stomach. If you experience any stomach discomfort, take the capsules with meals.
Probiotic Powder - 1 teaspoon a day with water (or 2 half teaspoons twice a day)

Take the supplement bundle for 30 days. Creating a healthier digestive environment is highly rewarding, but slightly different for each of us, and some may need to extend the plan for another four weeks. Once you've restored upper GI health and function, maintain it with a daily probiotic.

Please Note

Your probiotics will be sent in a refrigerated cooler pack with cold packs. Cold packs may melt during shipping which should not affect product integrity, as the probiotics have been stored in refrigerators at our warehouse and are manufactured with overages to ensure label potency when exposed to higher temperatures. The probiotics should be refrigerated upon arrival, but no need to be concerned if the ice packs are melted.

Acid-Reducing Tips

  • Avoid acid-reducing drugs, both prescription and over the counter – they deplete the body of the natural acids that are essential for proper digestion.
  • Take Swedish Bitters: dissolve 1- 3 tablespoons into an 8 oz. glass of water and drink 15 minutes before eating to get digestive juices flowing and aid in healthy digestion.
  • Stop smoking. Smoking weakens the valve between the esophagus and the stomach, allowing acid to flow back up and cause irritation and burn.
  • Eat small, frequent meals rather than large ones to avoid putting pressure on your stomach and increasing the chance of reflux.
  • Eat slowly to ensure proper digestion of food.
  • Avoid restrictive clothing, which can also add unnecessary pressure on your stomach.
  • Avoid eating 2-3 hours prior to bedtime so that digestion is well underway before you lie down.
  • Elevate your chest with an extra pillow or rolled up towel while you sleep to help keep acid where it belongs – in your stomach.

 

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Supplement Facts

GI CALM

Directions: As a dietary supplement, take 2 capsules twice daily, between or with meals or as directed by your health care practitioner.

Store tightly closed in a cool, dry, place.
Natural color, size and shape may vary between lots.
Keep out of the reach of children.

 

GI HERBAL FORMULA

Directions: As a dietary supplement, take 1 capsule twice a day between meals or as directed by your health care practitioner. If you experience any stomach discomfort, take the capsules with meals.

CONTAINS TREE NUTS (WALNUTS)

Store tightly closed in a cool, dry, place.
Natural color, size and shape may vary between lots.
Keep out of the reach of children.

 

PROBIOTIC POWDER

Directions: As a dietary supplement, take 1 teaspoon daily ( or 2 half teaspoons twice a day) or as directed by your health care practitioner.

Store tightly closed in a cool, dry, dark place.
Refrigerate to ensure maximum potency and shelf life.
Organism potency decreases slowly and can accelerate through exposure to heat, humidity or direct sunlight.
Natural color, taste and texture may vary between lots.

 

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