A healthy balanced diet and nutrition is recognised as being one of the most complex and finely tuned responsibilities for maintaining health. It is essential to ensure that the digestive system is functioning at an optimum level to assimilate nutrients correctly. Stability in the digestive system is essential for good health and fitness on all levels. With the ever increasing statistical evidence to show a link between the gastro enteric system and the brain it is becoming very apparent that the digestive system should not be neglected.
Directions: One pill three times daily,
For best results handle do not touch the pill . Using the lid as a dispenser tip one pill into the mouth without handling. Replace the lid immediately after use and store in a cool dry place away form electrical appliances.
One of the most frequent symptoms of autism, hyperactivity, is caused by an inability to digest and assimilate nutrients therefore parents should be aware that dietary control is a very effective method of supporting their child during times of duress. It is well documented that a diet free of wheat and dairy products has been shown to assist with mood and trauma. Likewise people suffering with IBS should also be careful with acid foods such as pork, wheat, citrus and raw tomatoes all of which considerably aggravate the condition referred to as bowel inflammation. Chemicals found in food such as e-additives, aspartame, pesticides and toxins have an extremely negative effect on the health of the liver. The side effects of these chemicals range from serious behavioural disorders, violence and aggression, temper tantrums, loss of self control, hyperactivity and resultant poor digestion and poor health.