Frequently Asked Questions
Initially, you might experience watery, gaseous, black and bad-smelling stools, along with stomach gurgling, mild headaches and some temporary and mild cramps. This is all a normal reaction to a cleansing, while old fecal matter leaves your body.
As your intestinal tract gets cleansed, your bowel movements will become lighter in color and you should have more frequent, slightly soft, and smoother bowel movements.
Some people have reported weight losses of up to 20 pounds or as little as five pounds; however, this is not a loss of body fat, but a loss of weight due to the elimination of compacted fecal matter in your bowels.
After an initial cleanse, there is no reason why you can’t continue to take Digestion Aid Plus on a regular basis, with a low-maintenance dosage every other day. There have been studies which indicate that regular cleansing may help prevent related diseases later in life.
No, but your body may get accustomed to the fiber content in Digestion Aid Plus, particularly if you take it continuously at the maximum dosage of nine (9) capsules per day. For this reason, it is recommended that you occasionally lower the dosage and substitute bran or another fiber in your diet.
Diarrhea is almost always due to an infection or virus; Digestion Aid Plus simply absorbs water to soften your stools. It rarely causes diarrhea.
Most prescription drugs can be taken safely and without interference; read the label carefully and take your Digestion Aid Plus two hours before or after your prescription drug to avoid any interactions.
Pregnant or nursing mothers should not take this product without first consulting with a physician. Digestion Aid Plus can be given to children, but parents should check with a doctor first.