Adored Beast Leaky Gut Protocol
Adored Beast Leaky Gut Protocol contains 5 Adored Beast products that have been carefully selected to help treat the underlying causes of Leaky Gut Syndrome as well as restoring your dog’s intestinal flora to ensure a healthy gut biome and a robust immune system.
Leaky Gut Syndrome can be at the core of many different conditions, including skin disease, a compromised immune system, food allergies, digestive problems, ear infections, or any common health condition that comes from an inflammatory disorder.
Adored Beast Leaky Gut Protocol includes:
A proprietary blend of herbs and pre & probiotics that soothe and replenish the lining of the bowel, fight yeast and combat unhealthy bacteria. With 30 billion cfu wide-spectrum probiotic.
Helps regenerate healthy liver cells and boosts the organ’s ability to filter toxins from the blood. Aids in proper function of histamine (associated with allergies, chronic inflammation), protein synthesis and biochemical production for digestion
Helps rebalance and cultivate proper growing conditions for friendly digestive flora destroyed through antibiotics and toxins. Aids in the digestion of food and supports a healthy immune system.
Anti-Vaccinosis assists in the removal of associated vaccine side effects without removing any vaccine benefits.
A homeopathic remedy that helps restore, strengthen and tighten the separated “leaky” junctions of the gastrointestinal lining.
Frequently Asked Questions about Adored Beast Leaky Gut Protocol
- How long until I see changes?
This depends on a number of things:
– How long your animal has been ill
– How much medication he or she has been on
– If you are supporting them with nutritious whole real food and not processed food
We have seen animals improve in 1 week and some animals taking one month to show improvement.
- What will changes look like?
Here is a whole list of positive changes:
– Increased energy
– Deeper, more relaxed sleep
– Less anxiety
– Less joint pain
– Less scratching
– Faster healing
– Less grumpy
– Better hair coat
– Healthier ears
– Less reverse sneezing
– Better quality stools
– Weight gain or loss, more balanced weight
Remember, the gut is in charge of so many things! What you think may be symptoms of leaky gut (ie. itchy skin or hotspots) are only what you physically see going on. The imbalance and trauma are deep below the surface and you may see other improvements before you see the skin symptoms getting better. If this happens (ie. your dog has more energy, is getting along better with other dogs, or is more engaged and happier) but the skin symptoms are the same, this can be a very good sign that things are improving deep down and that the gut is getting healthier and the skin will take a bit longer to show signs of improvement. Consider it almost like things are getting better from the inside out!
- Will my pet’s symptoms get worse before they get better?
If your animal has a very strong yeast infestation or overgrowth, a rapid die-off/detox can occur. In this case, we recommend switching to our Yeasty Beast Protocol then back to the Leaky Gut Protocol to support healing.
- How do I tell if my dog has yeast and should I not start the Yeasty Beast Protocol first?
Good question! If your animal has ever been diagnosed with yeast in their ears or on their skin, the answer is YES! Doing the Yeasty Beast Protocol first will help to kill the yeast bacteria and then you would do the Leaky Gut Protocol to help to heal the damage they’ve done!
If your dog has a yeasty smell (dirty socks, stinky old cheese) then that’s a strong indication of yeast and it would be helpful to start the Yeasty Beast first.
But remember that yeast is so incredibly damaging to the gut and 9 times out of 10 your dog will also have leaky gut or gut trauma that needs support to be healed
- Do I have to stop using all other medications for allergies (Atopica, Apoquel, etc)?
While you continue to use drugs you will continue to create damage, BUT you can’t just stop any drugs cold turkey! We believe that a slow decrease (so as not to shock the body) is best, BUT please always check with your vet with any drugs your animal is on to be sure they are compatible and to find out how to wean off of them.