Gut health

Before & after examples of supplementation plans

Even though I’ve already written an extensive blog post on the subject, I KNOW how difficult it can be to come up with a nutritional supplement plan!

It’s very hard to keep in mind all the supplements (at the same time) that can work synergistically, that are best taken with food, that must be taken on an empty stomach (but not with probiotics!), And so on.

One of my readers posted his supplement plan for feedback and it really helps to see the supplements depicted on a diagram like this one! This is what Linsy recommended to you in her video last month.

BEFORE – supp schedule

This is a large supplement plan, and it doesn’t have to be quite as labor intensive. Let’s take a look at how he can simplify his supplement routine …

AFTER – Soup Plan No. 1

OR he could make it even easier by taking his antioxidants all together and then putting his Vit. C and atomic minerals together in a glass of water – see Supp Schedule # 2 below. I do it myself, today I mix 1 packet of Emergen-C with QuikPlus Silica, Magnesium and Trace Matrix (coming soon! I use my testers, but we should have QuikPlus Trace Matrix available for you sometime in March if all goes well!) .

AFTER – Soup Plan # 2

I hope these tables have been a useful guide for you – and of course you may have different dosages or use different supplements, but hopefully this has helped you clearly see which supplements to combine to make your routine easier.

Your two main rules to remember are:

1. Probiotics must be taken entirely on their own – 2 hours away from any antibiotic or anti-pathogen (this includes wild oregano, potentized garlic, olive leaves, etc.) and on an empty stomach; 20 minutes before eating or 2 hours after eating.

2. Wild oregano oil is best taken on an empty stomach, but can be combined with any remedy that also requires an empty stomach – such as aloe vera, MucosaCalm, elm, marshmallow root, etc. It must be taken 20 minutes before a meal or 2 hours after eating.

Note: Immune-boosting herbs like astragalus and maitake are best on an empty stomach, but without probiotics. They can be taken along with wild oregano, aloe vera, MucosaCalm, etc. And they don’t HAVE to be taken on an empty stomach, they are just that more potent.

If you have any questions, just leave them below and one of us on the LTYG team will help you!

Jini Patel Thompson is an internationally recognized expert in naturopathic treatments for digestive diseases. She healed herself from the widespread Crohn’s disease and has been drug and surgery free for over 20 years. Appeared on numerous podcast, television and radio shows in the US, UK, Canada and Australia, Jini gives people hope and visions on how to cure colitis, Crohn’s disease, diverticulitis and irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) in all natural methods. Her books on natural digestive disease cures have been sold in over 80 countries around the world.

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