Bowel Restore Original
Price listed in Australian dollars
Helps maintain regular bowel movements
Aids elimination of waste, toxins and parasites
Supports a healthy digestive tract. Has a thorough, gentle cleansing effect on the bowel. Assists in healthy stool formation and prevention of diarrhoea, constipation and flatulence. Daily source of high quality organic soluble and insoluble fibre promotes healthy digestion, blood sugars, cholesterol and general well being.
Layers and layers of decayed fecal matter packed into your colon walls cause hidden constipation, gas, bloating, fatigue, abdominal pain, and ― even worse ― health problems you never suspected were related! Frightening new reports show how these toxins stored for years inside your colon can leak out and poison your cells and other organs!
One-two scoops once or twice daily on an empty stomach. Begin using one scoop, gradually increasing over a week to desired dosage. Maximum recommended daily intake is two scoops twice daily (40g/day). Best taken prior to a breakfast and/or dinner with plenty of water.
Add a minimum of 300ml of water to a shaker bottle or similar. Add desired amount of bowel restore formula, put lid on securely then shake hard and fast for around 10 - 15 seconds. Drink down immediately. First add water, then powder―this stops powder sticking to bottom of shaker. If left for a short period after shaking, liquid will become thicker. If this occurs, just add some more water, re-shake and drink. Drink plenty of clean water every day.
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