Gut Biofilm Purge – All You Need To Know

Gut Biofilm Purge
The presence of biofilms interferes with the detoxification process and the absorption of nutrients. Symptoms of chronic, inflammatory biofilms reflect an imbalance in gut flora. Proton pump inhibitors can also damage the good bacteria in the gut, leading to biofilm formation. Despite their vital role in survival, unhealthy bacteria can cause severe damage to our health when they form communities. It is a crucial survival strategy for different harmful microbes to form biofilms in the body to protect themselves. The most common culprits are Helicobacter pylori, various species of Candida and other fungi, and parasites.
Nonspecific symptoms often go unnoticed by an individual.

What Biofilm Does to Your Body

The biofilms stick to the surface of the gut. They are slimy, sticky bacteria layers. They usually form in the small intestine but can start developing anywhere in the digestive tract. The ability to break down biofilms is essential since biofilms can protect bacteria from being eradicated. Most people do not realise that digestive Biofilm is an issue related to health.

Biofilm Symptoms

  • Chronic fatigue syndrome and fibromyalgia
  • Heartburn or GERD – gastroesophageal reflux
  • Irritable bowel syndrome – IBS
  • Ulcerative colitis
  • Crohn’s disease
  • Promote Parasites
  • SIBO – Small intestine bacterial overgrowth
  • Heartburn after food
  • Stomach bloating after eating
  • Excessive gas
  • Abdominal cramping
  • Stomach ache
  • Upper pain in the stomach
  • Burning pain in upper stomach
  • Brain fog (can’t think straight)
  • Arthritis
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Acne and other skin conditions
  • Candida and fungal infections
  • Antibiotic restistance

The formation of biofilms

The formation of biofilms is a result of environmental stresses such as UV radiation, dehydration, limited nutrients, extreme pH levels, high temperature, high salt concentrations, and harmful microorganisms, bacteria form biofilms and poor diet.

Challenging to Remove Biofilm

Our bodies have positive and negative amounts of bacteria and fungi.
As a health-conscious individual, you are more than likely aware of this.
Biofilms, however, pose a different question.
Many people are unaware that biofilms can form almost anywhere.
It can be challenging to remove them once they have developed.
Those that build up in your gut can be particularly stubborn without the help of biofilm removers such as Biofilm Purge.

Mucus naturally lubricates and protects the gut.
Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), small intestinal bacterial overgrowth (SIBO), or Candida overgrowth can disrupt healthy mucus.
Unhealthy mucus caused by a build-up of casein found in dairy products damages healthy mucus leaving your digestive system open to bacterial biofilms,
which attach to the gastrointestinal lining from the oesophagus, stomach, small intestines and colon (Large bowel),
building up and creating more damage and developing symptoms that are often not diagnosed.

Food toxins and the environment can also contribute to the formation of Biofilm.
Also, food toxins and the environment can contribute to biofilm formation.
Additionally, bacterial biofilms colonise the lining of your nasal passages, sinuses, and anywhere else that is moist and warm.

Clearing digestive Biofilm can be a challenging task. In this warm cosy environment, microbes, bacteria, and parasites attach to your intestines. There, they form a sticky layer, and with more layers added over the years from mucus-forming food, your intestines come under constant daily pressure to function correctly.
When out of balance, your gut becomes an ideal, warm place to live and grow. Biofilms have a steady food source available around the clock, making them exceptionally hardy and highly stubborn to eliminate.

Why and How Biofilm Purge Works

The herbs that make up our Biofilm Purge contain powerful but gentle on-the-stomach biofilm remover properties.
Biofilm Purge is a two-part blend of certified organic herbs that support digestive tract health while helping to remove Biofilm, yeast overgrowth, and unhealthy bacteria, it also clears the parasites that may be lurking in your gastrointestinal tract.

Creating a healthier lifestyle begins with detoxing

The first step is to clean out the digestive system before any other intervention. You are getting rid of the build-up of mucus and environmental toxins, which include medication residue, bacteria, fungi, and other organisms that can form without your knowledge.

Next, avoid inflammatory foods such as gluten, dairy, corn, soy, eggs, grains, and nightshades to support your immune system. Avoid toxic foods like sugar, alcohol, trans fats, additives, and preservatives.

Due to biofilms’ stubborn nature, dietary changes alone may not be sufficient to remove them. Doing a 14-day natural herbal Biofilm Purge Herbal Cleanse helps Biofilm Purge clear the way for a better lifestyle.

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What to Eat on the Biofilm Purge Cleanse

Several gut-soothing foods can be consumed, including soft foods (winter squash, soups, bananas), cooked foods, fresh juices, spinach and celery juice, and carrot juice. Digestion is easier with these foods since they are easy to digest.
Make Vegetable soups.
Stay away from gluten-free products.
Eating mindfully and experimenting with different foods is essential to determine how they affect you.
You can’t go wrong if you eat only foods that grow from the earth and stay away from processed and packed food.
You will be doing your digestive system a favour.

Natural Digestive Help

Consume natural digestive aids if your gut is having difficulty digesting food.

  • Betaine HCL and Apple Cider Vinegar are helpful for folks with insufficient stomach acid to break down food (common signs of this are heartburn or upset stomach)
  • Enzymes for digestion are helpful for folks with a sluggish gallbladder or pancreas
  • Ginger tea helps clean out the small intestine between meals

Biofilm Purge contains only Certified Organic Herbs found in nature or otherwise sourced within Australia without using pesticides, preservatives, or herbicides


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