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Swiss RX Gut Health

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How Gut Health cleans your Gut

Immunoglobulin (IgG)

Binds to Toxins, Bacteria, Viruses

43 Clinical Studies

Studies show the formula is effective

Cleans Out Your Gut

So you can start to rebuild

Prescription Strength

Same formula used in the prescription drug Entergram

Benefits of Swiss RX Gut Health

Fix your Gut

Starts working right away, and noticeable results in a few weeks

Powerful Formula

Powerful Immunoglobulin rids your gut of toxins, bacteria, and viruses

Stay Healthy

Boosted immune function helps you stay healthy during high training loads

Made for Athletes

Formula made for the unique GI needs of athletes

Holy crap. Literally. After a few days of taking Gut Health I noticed some very healthy stools. No idea if it is was directly related, but I started to feel great after just 10 days of taking this

Kris in Olathe, Kansas

Gut Health Protocol

Struggling with stomach issues?

Our Gut Health Protocol is a complete solution for gut related issues that are common with elite athletes, yet applicable for everyone. 

SwissRX Gut Health Protocol

Learn more about Swiss RX Gut Health

Rid yourself of toxins in your gut with this prescription-strength solution to athlete's GI problems.

Did you know athletes, in particular, are prone to gut discomfort? Here's why... 

  • Intensive training reroutes blood from the gut to your heart and lungs during intense exercise which can lead to abdominal pain, bloating, and diarrhea that athletes know all too well.
  • Most athletes suffer from some form of chronic dehydration that impacts the gut
  • Athletes using quick energy sources like gels, chews, and high carb drinks can have mild, but chronic gut issues.

In fact, it's estimated that 60% of athletes have had to stop in the middle of a race to use the bathroom because of stomach upset...

I've certainly been there...

When left untreated, gut issues can not only lead to performance and recovery issues, but eventually can lead to IBS, leaky gut syndrome, gut discomfort, and so much more.

While there's still a lot we don't know about why athletes have so many problems with their guts, we do know that taking an Immunoglobulin supplement can greatly repair and help manage ongoing gut issues.

What's an immunoglobulin?

You might be thinking... immuno-what??

Or maybe you've heard of it before...

It's on the World Health Organization's List of Essential Medicines as the safest and most effective medicine needed in a health system.

Immunoglobulins are antibodies produced by white blood cells that hunt around in human serum (aka fluids) in search of antigens. When antigens such as bacteria, viruses, or other toxins are present, immunoglobulins go on the attack, binding to them and facilitating their destructions.

The key to this process is that it takes place outside your cells, in the body’s extracellular fluids, preventing the spread of intracellular infections within the human body.

When taken as a dietary supplement, the immunoglobulin will bind to anything foreign in your intestinal tract, stop it from replicating, and flag it for disposal. Then your body will be able to easily eliminate it in your stool, cleaning up your gut so you'll finally feel better and not have to worry about all those embarrassing, painful digestive issues.

Introducing You To SwissRX Gut Health

  • Currently, Swiss RX Gut Health is the only purified dairy-free immunoglobulin available as a dietary supplement and created especially with the needs of athletes in mind.
  • The exact same raw material used in this formula is also the prescription formula known as EnteraGam.
  • In fact, there have been 43 clinical studies done on this exact product focusing on helping people suffering from serious digestive conditions.

Think of SwissRX Gut Health as PacMan, it's going into your gut and binding to all the bad stuff. It then stops the toxins it finds from replicating and raises a big white flag to your body that says "get rid of me". The power of this product can't be understated.

Athletes & Competitions

For athletes coming into a competition, it's highly recommended to use SwissRX Gut Health well in advance as it can have an immune protective effect. When you're training hard you'll naturally have a weakened immune system, which is why so many athletes ruin their big race event by getting sick right before.

SwissRX Gut Health can help protect you. While it can't guarantee you won't get sick, it will certainly help reduce your risk. A regular daily regime of SwissRX Gut Health will help keep new bacteria, toxins, and viruses in check in your gut so they don't flourish and cause illness at the worst possible time.

    Instructions

    For the first 2 to 4 weeks, take 4 Capsules per day. This larger dosage is to help clear out the bad stuff that's in your gut right now. Don't be surprised if you notice larger stools during this phase as your body gets rid of the toxins that the Swiss RX Gut Health is binding to.

    Then, after 2 to 4 weeks, move to 2 Capsules per day. This is a good maintenance dosage to stay on top of anything new that's in your gut and get rid of it before it multiplies and becomes a problem.

    Take it with or without food, anytime of day, and use daily for maximum benefits.

    Science

    How the formula helps with gastro intestinal (GI) distress: The study reviews how immunoglobulins (main ingredient in SwissRX Gut Health) improves (GI) disorder, especially dealing with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). Here is a link to the study

    How the formula protects and repairs intestinal barrier function: The study looks at how dietary supplementation of the key ingredient in SwissRX Gut Health has anti-inflammatory effects on intestinal walls. Here is a link to the study