GI Disorders and Plexus

AH-HA!! 🧐 NOW, it makes sense why Plexus is helping my husband so much with diverticulitis and my sister in law with chrohns 😲😲😲 What an informative article! 😊 Our guts.....the center of our bodies AND our entire HEALTH! 😳😳😳


It seems nearly everyone has digestive issues these days. Crohn’s, IBS, colitis, celiac, and dozens of other digestive disorders have made an industry out of sugar free, gluten free, and dairy free products. So why is it that those with digestive issues can’t often fully fix them and have to follow a very strict diet or suffer the consequences?


One of the main reasons you are not able to digest food properly is bacterial imbalance in your intestinal system. An ideal ratio for a properly functioning gut is 85 percent good bacteria to 15 percent bad, and when this is accomplished the good bacteria flourish and are allowed to do their job of digesting and absorbing certain starches, fiber, and sugars.
Unfortunately, a lifetime of habits littered with antibiotics, sugar, alcohol, toxins, and β€˜dead’ food has destroyed the proper balance we require.

In your effort to regain proper gut flora balance, it is important to remember to eat healthy foods and consider a probiotic supplement. It would be humanly impossible to eat the amount of healthy foods we need daily in order to digest the needed amount of probiotics our bodies need to have a balanced gut flora.


Enzymes play a key role in our health by enabling our bodies to properly digest and use all the nutrients we take in to their greatest potential. If we do not introduce enough enzymes through our food, we put more pressure on the pancreas to produce enzymes in order to break down waste products, which eventually can leave it overworked and unable to produce the enzymes required to facilitate proper digestion.
Plexus is one way to really increase the amount of easily assimilated enzymes into your digestive system. Plexus ProBio5 not only contains necessary enzymes it also is an antifungal all in one. It is superior to any other probiotic you will find on the market.


Previously, it was believed that magnesium was required for up to 325 enzymatic processes, but according to new research, that number is closer to 800. This makes magnesium very important in the digestive process.
Magnesium is also heavily implicated in proper functioning of muscles, including those in the lining of your digestive tract. A deficiency in magnesium causes the peristaltic action in your digestive system to slow right down, which hinders the movement of waste, and backs up the digestive process. Conditions also associated with magnesium deficiency include migraine headaches, chronic fatigue, restless leg syndrome, insomnia, brittle nails, carbohydrate cravings, anxiety, depression, PMS and/or PMDD, ADHD, pre-eclampsia, type 2 diabetes, insulin resistance, muscle cramps, low potassium and/or low calcium levels, bone disease, asthma, alzheimer’s disease, heart disease, fibromyalgia and certain cancers.

Consider Plexus BioCleanse loaded with magnesium. The main ingredient in BioCleanse is magnesium oxide. It also contains vitamin C, sodium bicarbonate and bioflvonoid complex. It’s benefits include ,oxygenation of the entire body, helps cleanse the gastrointestinal tract and arteries, helps energize the body, relieves occasional constipation and helps rid the body of harmful bacteria and toxins.


Stress creates all sorts of problems for your digestive system. It strips your body of various vitamins and minerals (B vitamins and magnesium to name a couple), tightens your muscles, slows down bowel movements, and inhibits absorption of enzymes and probiotics, as well as other nutrients.

Probio5 and Biocleanse benefit you in the process of cleansing and healing the body in a balanced healthy way that many of us are experiencing. πŸ’–

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