Millions of British people suffer from a lack of energy, digestive discomfort and difficulty losing weight. Many also suffer from muscle and joint pain, skin problems, headaches, and even frequent colds.
"If you're having any of these health issues, the real problem could be a gut poisoning syndrome,” says nutrition expert Raphael Perez.
According to Raphael Perez - who has studied the gut poisoning syndrome for more than 10 years - certain foods can cause tears in the intestinal lining. This, in turn, allows toxins to enter our body which leads to digestive issues, food cravings, fatigue, weight gain, and more health issues.
Fortunately, by simply stopping gut poisoning, Perez has seen thousands of people fight and reduce these disturbing problems.
"It's easy. You just need to know what foods to avoid, ”he recently told a crowd of over 250 people, giving them a talk on bowel issues.
Now, for the very first time, doctor Raphael Perez has created a short video where he explains all about gut poisoning syndrome, including how people can naturally strengthen their gut, right from home.
“Good health is one of life’s toughest obstacles,” he explains. “So, if this video can help people achieve that, I’ll be thrilled to hear I was of help.”
The video has since gone viral, first being shared by users on Facebook, then being featured on news sites like Daily Mail and The Sun.
So far, the comments and feedback have been outstanding, with thousands of British people feeling better than they have in decades.Click here to watch the presentation
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In the space of a few hours, this video received thousands of visits and is now considered viral. One spectator commented, "If it works, that's exactly what I've been praying for all my life. I have never seen anything like this solution before ... the truth about my diet was shocking and revealing. ”
Of course, Dr Perez's announcement was met with some hesitation. We spoke to some of the doctors who attended the conference, who advised people to keep their expectations realistic.
"It makes a lot of sense, and the science behind it is solid," said a nutrition expert. "But try it first. It helps a lot of people, but you rarely find something that works for everyone."