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  • #8008
    Nora Green
    Nora Green
    Member

    Can anyone tell me the difference between the Biotic Defense and the UltraImmune IgG supplements for sale through gluten free society?  I want to use something to help my gut heal but I don't know which one is right for me?  Or do people use both at the same time?

    thanks,

    nora

    #9151
    Jacqueline Scarbrough
    Jackie Scarbrough
    Participant

    Nora, I think the difference is this:  Biotic Defense is a “probiotic” which contains beneficial bacteria that are needed in all our guts.  Some of us are without these beneficial bacteria and a supplement like this may help.  The UltraImmune IgG sounds like an antibody supplement for your immune system….I had never heard of that before either so would also be interested in further explanation.  I do think you could use both at the same time, but how do you know if you NEED both?  I had a test for the intestinal flora so I know I need a probiotic, but not sure on the other. 

    I was also wondering if it would be possible to show the label/list the ingredients for these two prodcuts online.  I am considering purchasing one or both of them, but need to see the ingredients. 

    Thanks, 

    Jackie

    #9157
    Kate Osborne
    Peter Osborne
    Keymaster

    Both products are completely gluten/grain free.  Dairy free as well.  I am in the middle of developing a gluten free supplement kit to help people recover after years of damage. All of the label information will be posted very soon.

    The UltraImmune IgG is designed to improve immune system function and to help the immune system recover.  It is designed to be used in conjuction with Biotic Defense.  They work together synergistically. 

    All the best,

    Dr. O

    #9502
    Peggy Brannan
    peggy
    Member

    Is the gluten-free kit available?

    I am new to GFSociety and looking for supplementation. 

    Thanks, 

    Peggy

    #9504
    Lori Quandt
    farmwife67
    Member

    Would Ultraimmune IgG help to you to recover from autoimmune disease such as Hashimoto's disease?

    #9507
    Kate Osborne
    Peter Osborne
    Keymaster

    Yes,

    I use it on a regular basis in patients with very good results.  I will be coming out with a gluten free “starter kit”.  It will contain supplements and general recommendations for those first starting out on the gluten free diet.  The goal is to speed up and enhance the recovery process.

    All the best,

    Dr. OSmile

    #9510
    Lori Quandt
    farmwife67
    Member

    Ihave to tell you I started on your probiotics a couple of weeks ago and I have had chronic diarrhea for at least a couple of years. I also purchased your digestive enzymes. I always forget the enzymes except for breakfast. I don't know if it is the enzymes for breakfast or the probiotics, but the diarrhea is GONE!  My family Doctor told me the diarrhea was a side effect from having my gall bladder removed and I would have it forever. He said, some people just have that after they lose their gall bladder. I am so thrilled to have this symptom healed.  I have been eating grain free for about a year, but had a few months of not being able to stay on track. I always ate traditional gluten free, but was eating a little of corn syrup in things and I was also eating sugar during those months. I have now gotten back on track, with the exception of a few chocolate covered peanuts my husband was eating in front of me and I couldn't resist. THEY ARE GONE NOW! I didn't eat a ton and they tasted TERRIBLE! I couldn't believe how waxy and sweet the chocolate tasted. I have found I really prefer dark chocolate now.  I saw a show on Dr. Oz that said, if you prefer a hershey's bar over good dark chocolate you are probably a sugaraholic and I thought, wow I'm not one of those anymore! Wink

    I just wanted to tell you my progress since I have been taking the probiotics and enzymes for breakfast. (I need to try and remember for other meals, it is so hard for me for some reason)

    Lori

    #9511
    Kate Osborne
    Peter Osborne
    Keymaster

    That's fantastic Lori!

    Glad to hear they are working so well for you.  Chronic diarrhea is never a normal thing.  Be sure to keep tabs on your fat soluble vitamins and omega 3 fatty acids.  Gall bladder removal causes fat malabsorption.  Symptoms typically take 5 years plus to show up.  Thanks for sharing.

    In good health,

    Dr. OSmile

    #9512
    Lori Quandt
    farmwife67
    Member

    It's been 18 years since the gall bladder has been removed. Is there a blood test to test for the vitamins and  omega 3 fatty acids? I've never heard of this before.

    Thanks for all your help!

    Lori

    #9513
    Kate Osborne
    Peter Osborne
    Keymaster

    peggy said:

    Is the gluten-free kit available?

    I am new to GFSociety and looking for supplementation. 

    Thanks, 

    Peggy


     


     

    Yes Peggy.  It is not up on the website yet, but you can call my office at 281-240-2229.  Ask them to send you the following:

    UltraImmune IgG (2 caps twice daily)

    Ultra Biotic Defense (take for two weeks only then switch to Biotic Defense)

    Biotic Defense (1 cap/day)

    Max Digest 2 caps prior each meal

    Omega Heal 2 caps/day

    All of the above should be taken for 3 months for an accelerated recovery and faster healing.

    All the best,

    Dr. OSmile

    #9516
    Lori Quandt
    farmwife67
    Member

    One more question, do I need to take the probiotics forever? If not, can you give me a the best course I should take. Thanks, Lori

    #9517
    Kate Osborne
    Peter Osborne
    Keymaster

    Take for a minimum of three months.  If you get regular fermented food exposure as well as ample outdoor activitiy, you will acquire probiotics naturally without the need for supplementation.Smile

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