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The most important organ in our body isn’t our brain. It’s not our heart either…it’s our gut. That’s why ordinary tummy troubles like gas, bloating, and constipation can lead to most age-related illnesses including: dementia, diabetes, and heart disease.

Here’s how you can have a regular, dependable digestion again and help protect yourself from disease…

Hundreds of medical research studies show your digestion influences many of your body’s most critical processes.

For example, how well your digestion works determines how much nourishing food your cells receive – from your heart cells to your brain cells, skin cells…everything.

As you can imagine, the more nutrients your cells receive, the better they work.

And the better they work, the healthier you stay.

Medical studies also show your digestive strength impacts how effectively your body fights off everything from

allergies and colds to age-related diseases like Alzheimer’s and cancer. You’ll see more about that in a moment. But first, consider this fascinating fact:

At least 70% (some health professionals say up to 90%) of your immune cells reside in your gut.

It’s no coincidence the bulk of your digestive tract lies in the center of your body. It’s nature’s way of reminding us where our core health truly originates – at our core.

Unfortunately, many of us have a compromised digestive system that grows miserably weaker in our 40s and beyond. It’s not because you did anything wrong, a weak digestion is almost an unavoidable consequence of modern life because you unknowingly harm your digestion every time…

•  You drink chlorinated or fluoridated water

•  You drink coffee, or excessive alcohol

•  You take medications (e.g., antibiotics, birth-control, blood pressure pills, steroids such as prednisone)

•  You feel stressed

•  You get a parasite or other infection

•  You eat conventional foods grown with pesticides, herbicides, fungicides, or insecticides

•  You eat processed, fatty, or fried foods

•  You eat foods with artificial sweeteners

After years of this, our digestive systems can’t keep up with the beating. That’s when you start feeling these common – and some surprising – symptoms of a weak digestion not realizing they could be early warning signs of chronic disease…

Common (and some surprising) signs your digestion's dangerously weak
How your digestion can lead to premature aging and common age-related diseases
Why most of us need probiotics
How probiotics encourage stronger overall health
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