If you’ve recently bought Pure Food DIGEST, or are considering buying it, here’s a quick primer with some tips and tricks for getting the most out of the product.
When to Take Pure Food DIGEST
First and foremost, always take DIGEST with or right after a meal. If you don’t, you will likely experience gas, bloating, and/or an upset stomach.
To that end, those type of symptoms are completely normal and expected for the first 1-3 weeks … even if you are taking the product as-recommended.
Here’s why …
When you introduce your microbiome to new probiotics, it is highly likely your gut will require some time to acclimate. If you’re still experiencing these symptoms after a few weeks, stop taking it (and contact us for a full refund).
How Many Capsules Should You Take?
If you’re new to probiotics, we recommend starting with 1 capsule, once per day (with your largest meal).
Most of our customers find that taking 2 capsules daily results in the most benefits. Some folks prefer to take more than this, but you certainly don’t need to.
Again, if you’re new to probiotics, start with one capsule. If you’re a probiotics pro, try 2 per day (1 with breakfast and 1 with dinner is a common approach that works very well for many of our customers).
How Long Until You Feel Results?
Some people experience results immediately–within 1-2 days. For others, it can take 2-4 weeks to experience the full range of benefits.
Also, while many of the benefits of taking DIGEST are tangible (improved digestion, less gas and bloating, etc.), it’s important to understand that some are not. In other words, you can’t see or feel them.
But as you can see from the list below, this product has ingredients proven by science to provide some pretty amazing intangible benefits as well.
Other Tips for Improving Your GI Health With DIGEST
- Drink lots of water (having a large water bottle next to you all day helps).
- Eat at least 30 grams of fiber each day. The more fiber you eat, the more you’ll help “feed” the good bacteria in DIGEST.
- Identify and avoid “trigger” foods that cause excessive gas and bloating.
Have Other Questions About DIGEST?
Contact us and we’ll get back to you!