I am so impressed by how people are evolving in knowledge and interest around their health.
As the student gets smarter, so must the teacher.
And you guys test me every day. I love it.
But sometimes it’s better to take some questions to the experts, so I have asked some of the most frequently asked questions about Digestive Bitters to the genius who formulated them. See answers below.
Vitality Herbs & Clay: There are so many great questions about health, and the smarter and more educated people are, the healthier they become. So, please allow me to educate you a bit more on Diana Stobo’s Digestive Bitters.
1. Why are digestive bitters different than digestive enzymes?
Digestive enzymes are extracts of plants and other sources, meaning they are not the whole plant, thus the numerous supportive compounds that Nature built into a plant for optimal digestion are not included in the digestive enzyme supplement.
Digestive Bitters provide whole plant herbs and spices, which nourish the body back to digestive health. Regardless of one’s age, when fed properly the body will manufacture all of the digestive enzymes, bile, and soil-based organisms required for perfect digestion.
2. Why would a person need these? Doesn’t the body produce its own digestive enzymes?
Today’s human is subject to numerous influences and dietary habits that have diminished, and in some cases nearly destroyed, the body’s ability to digest food properly. In ancient human diets, bitter herbs, spices and raw foods were consumed with meals as a matter of course. Ancient people’s herbal knowledge far exceeded that of our own of today. Antibiotics, mercury amalgam tooth fillings, and chemicals in our food, water and environment have caused the greatest havoc in the area of digestive health. More so than at any other time in human history, herbal digestive support is needed to support and correct the damage done by modern living.
3. Why were these herbal ingredients selected?
The ingredients in Digestive Bitters were selected because of their historical and scientific value in improving the digestive powers of the human digestive tract. Each herb selected has its unique nourishing effect on various organs and glands involved in the complete picture of digestive actions on foods consumed (stomach, pancreas, liver, gall bladder, small and large intestines, spleen, kidneys, bladder, etc.).
Digestive enzymes, Ox Bile, & HCL, antacids, laxatives (the most common supplements reached for when the digestion is off), are incapable of providing the numerous plant-based compounds that Nature designed into various herbs and spices to support the true needs of the human body for ideal digestive efficiency.
4. What is the difference between liquid bitters and capsules? (This one is important because they are sold in liquid form.)
Liquid bitter herbal formulas are also helpful for the human digestive tract in a similar way that an encapsulated formula works. The difference between the two are:
a) The bitter taste of an encapsulated formula is noticed less than a liquid formula, so this makes it easier to take for some.
b) It is also true that the taste of the herbs do help to prepare the digestive tract to produce certain kinds of digestive juices, so there is an advantage there in favor of the liquid. For this reason, some of our clients will open one capsule to get the taste advantage, then take the rest in the capsule form.
c) An herbal extract is not a whole plant, thus the liquid forms are missing part of what Nature intended for the human body to be most effective. It is impossible to extract 100% of the medicinal value from a plant using the various liquid extraction methods. The fibers of a plant alone, provide a significant aspect to the effectiveness of a plant’s action on the human body. Among their many benefits are the fact that fibers are a food source for friendly bacteria & archaea in the intestinal tract. Friendly bacteria and archaea are intimately involved in completing the breakdown of foods into nutrients for the body.
5. I’m taking the Bitters but I’m still constipated. How should I be taking them?
Diana Stobo: To get the most benefit from the Digestive Bitters, take 2 with a large glass of water about 10 minutes before each meal. Then take 5 before bed. (If you forget, that’s okay; you can take them after a meal, if necessary.)
They work best when paired with a Naked diet; that is, a diet that includes lots of fresh, raw produce like salads, wraps, smoothies, and juices. You don’t have to be vegan or even vegetarian, but ideally you should try to eat 80% raw produce, 20% cooked food. And make sure to drink plenty of water, 8 glasses a day.
For more information about a Naked diet, go HERE.
Diana Stobo: If you haven’t had a chance to try them, I would highly suggest you do. You will literally feel the difference after just one meal. You should probably know that these are special and you won’t find them anywhere else … So, if you want some, I have a special offer.
Buy 3 and get the third one 1/2 off. The quality of My digestive bitters is so high that the costs to make are high too. I am basically giving you the 3rd bottle FREE … well, almost. I don’t want to exaggerate. I just want you to feel good and be healthy. I’m not really good at this selling thing—you will just have to trust me.
P.S. You know, I used to always feel bloated, and now I don’t. It’s as simple as that.
Digestive Bitters have changed my life and they can change yours too.
Take them NOW.
In health & love,