Feeling bloated after eating? There could be backups in your GI tract, causing conditions like SIBO, an overgrowth of bacteria in your small intestine.
SIBO type backups commonly occur because of poor motility. Motility is the natural forward movement in your gut that carries what you eat, through your GI tract, even between meals. The cleaning motion of motility is working to clear your gut of unwanted bacteria, keeping it clean and healthy.
Sometimes factors like stress, sluggish thyroid function, or constant snacking between meals can cause your motility to slow down, causing backups, leading to SIBO. Your motility may need a boost to keep SIBO backups at bay.
As part of a protocol designed for SIBO patients, ProMotil is an herbal blend of ginger and artichoke, a non-laxative formulation to restore motility, without causing gas or bloating.
When taken between meals, ginger and artichoke are clinically proven to work as a team to naturally stimulate gut receptors, awakening your body’s natural cleansing cycle while promoting smooth muscle contractions, leading to full motility activation.
Break up the backups, and keep your motility moving along. Obtain ProMotil , the natural solution to help restore healthy motility. Click here, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call (925) 736-8228. Take care and stay healthy.
Jeffrey Mark, M.D.
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