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Veda-Gest: New MA Labs Product

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Veda-Gest

Based on the Ayurvedic tradition


“Holistic, 100% Natural Digestive Support”





Veda-Gest at a Glance…

• Improves Overall Digestive Health and Function
• Enhances Nutrient Absorption
• Reduces Gas andBloating
• Improves Digestive Motility
• Relives Constipation
• Prevents/Reduces Acid-Reflux
• Improves IBS Symptoms
• Provides Anti-ulcerative Effects
• Demonstrates Anti-emetic Activity (nausea and vomiting)
• Assists with the Removal of Gastrointestinal Toxins and other Metabolic Waste Products
• Balances Intestinal Flora for a Healthy Gut Microbiome
• Improves Appetite
• Reduces Gastrointestinal Inflammation
• Stimulates Gastric and Intestinal Mucosal Secretion
• Protects and Heals the Stomach and Intestinal Lining
• Can Help Treat/Minimize Food Allergies
• Decreases Stomach Distension
• Promotes a State of Well-Being






What is Ayurveda?

If you’re like most people, you’ve probably seen the term “Ayurveda/Ayurvedic” used in various contextual settings throughout modern literature, but are likely only vaguely familiar with its true meaning. Ayurveda, which means life science/knowledge (Ayur = life, Veda = science or knowledge) is an ancient Indian-Hindu system of medicine dating back at least 5,000 years and remains one of the most powerful, comprehensive, and sophisticated systems of medicine in the world.

In fact, Ayurveda was so far ahead of its time that Western medicine has only recently began to catch up, with literally 1,000’s of research studies and clinical trials having proven the wealth of information this vast body of medicine contains. In many ways, this unveiling brought with it a sense of both wonder and bewilderment, as it was previously believed that much of the information contained therein wasn’t known until modern times. In the same way that archeological researchers can’t figure out how the ancient Sumerians possessed advanced knowledge of the Earth and solar system (knowledge that can only be gleaned though satellite imagery), so too did these ancient Indian sages possess knowledge that couldn’t have been known without advanced medical technology and insight. Yet, they did, and even today Western medicine continues to turn to Ayurveda for clues on how to treat the various health maladies we now face.

Both advanced and simplistic in its approach, Ayurvedic medicine employs a nature-based method of treating disease/improving health, while relying on precise combinations of natural substances (often painstakingly prepared) suitable for providing the desired effect. One of the major areas of health Ayurveda addresses is digestive health, and it is from this body of knowledge that Veda-Gest was inspired.




Optimizing Digestion—One of the most important and neglected aspects of the bodybuilding endeavor​

As bodybuilders/strength athletes, we place great emphasis on the foods we put into our body, and for good reason, as our ability to achieve our goals is directly dependent on our nutritional practices. While food selection is no doubt critical, being able to properly digest, absorb and eliminate our food is equally important. After all, if we can’t properly digest the food we eat, we can’t properly absorb it and if we can’t properly absorb it, the cells of our body cannot benefit from the nutrients it contains.

While nutrient absorption is a commonly considered and obviously vital component of the digestive process, motility (the rate and efficiency with which food moves through the digestive tract) and elimination (the excretion of waste from the body) are typically given much less attention. This is unfortunate, as both of these play an important role in governing not only recovery and growth, but in determining our overall aesthetic appeal.
In regards to the later, the connection is obvious, as food held in the digestive tract directly contributes to distension. In fact, I would go so far as to say (and I’ve said it many times before) that food induced distension (not drug use) is the #1 cause of distension among today’s bodybuilders/strength athletes. The body just isn’t equipped to process and eliminate such a large volume of food without some degree of back-up occurring.

Before the 1st meal can even be processed and eliminated, we are already putting another meal down our throats…and another one…and another one…and another one, etc. By the time the day is over, we have 5-6 meals sitting in our gut, which is why most of us look like we have a turtle shell hiding underneath our shirts by nightfall. Therefore, anything we can do to speed up the rate at which food is processed and eliminated, the less distended we will be and the better we will look…and remember, distension isn’t just a temporary matter. Once we stretch our stomach wall through repeated high-volume eating, it does not easily revert back to its original state.

We must also consider the issue of digestive waste build-up; a major risk factor associated with impaired motility/elimination. Digestive waste build-up occurs when food sticks to and hardens along the walls of the digestive tract (a situation exacerbated by deficient fiber intake, which is common in bodybuilders/strength athletes). This decreases the absorptive surface of the intestinal wall, diminishing our ability to absorb nutrients into the bloodstream. It also increases the risk of developing autotoxicity, or self-poisoning; a state in which uneliminated digestive waste begins to rot and decay within the gut. This produces harmful toxins which leach into the bloodstream, causing a whole host of potential health issues. Needless to say, this isn’t exactly beneficial for muscle growth or performance.
Elimination rate also dictates—to a significant degree—the rate at which our digestive system operates as a whole. Simply stated, if elimination slows down, everything else slows down with it. Fortunately, Veda-Gest contains the correct ingredients at the dosages needed to drastically speed up both digestive motility and elimination rate.

At this point you may be thinking to yourself “OK, I understand that, but I don’t have any serious digestive issues, so doesn’t that mean that my digestive system is already capable of properly digesting the food I eat?’ To that I would say “If by properly you mean optimally, then the answer is a resounding NO”. You see, many bodybuilders/strength athletes routinely consume two or even three times as much food as a non-trainer of comparative skeletal size, thereby placing much greater demands on their digestive system than the average individual.

This problem is compounded by the fact that the digestive system’s ability to adapt to increased food intake is much more limited in comparison to the muscular system’s ability to adapt to progressive resistance training. In other words, while you may be carrying significantly more muscular bodyweight than when you first began training (therefore requiring a much greater food intake), your digestive capacity remains relatively unaltered from that of your pre-training state. As a result, the digestive system is constantly working in overdrive, desperately trying to keep up with digesting, absorbing, and eliminating the massive quantity of food it is bombarded with on a daily basis.

Unfortunately, despite our body’s most sincere efforts, it just isn’t capable of fully conforming to these increased demands. Is it any wonder then that bodybuilders/strength athletes are constantly showing signs of digestive distress, with maladies such as stomach digestion, bloating, gas, and feelings of general malaise being a common occurrence?

The bottom line is that as bodybuilders/strength athletes, augmenting digestive function is one of the most important things we could ever do, and it goes far beyond simply being able to nourish our cells. Comprehensive digestive support encompasses the optimization of dozens of different processes, and as you will soon learn, they all contribute, in one way or another, to the accomplishment of our goals.




The Importance of Comprehensive Digestive Support​
In today’s market, most digestive products are aimed at treating one or maybe two aspects of the digestive process. While this is certainly better than nothing, the digestive system is a massively complex structure consisting of over a half-dozen organ systems, each of which is interconnected and dependent on the other in order to accomplish the primary goal of digestion, absorption, and elimination. If any of the functions these organ systems provide are compromised, one or more aspects of the digestive process will suffer, not only impairing our ability to utilize the nutrients we consume for recovery and growth, but adversely impacting our immune system and overall health.

Most digestive products today are either digestive enzyme-based, probiotic-based, or fiber-based. While potentially helpful, they are limited from a functionality standpoint, both in terms of the number of organs systems they support, as well as in the number of functions they provide. Therefore, if an individual is using one of these products, but it doesn’t target the underlying issue, they may walk away believing that all digestive aides are nothing more than gimmicks.

In addition to being a one-trick pony, many of these products can also cause the individual to become reliant on them, such as digestive enzymes, which suppress endogenous enzyme secretion. In the end, rather than fixing the underlying problem (i.e. inadequate pancreatic enzyme secretion), it only makes the problem worse. This type of approach, known as symptom management, provides a temporary solution to a long-term problem, ultimately leaving the individual dependent on the product for life.

Veda-Gest is far superior to these one-lane products, as it not only supports ALL aspects of the digestive process, but it provides the body with the tools it needs to correct digestive deficiencies at their root rather than focusing on symptom management. For example, rather than supplying an outside source of digestive enzymes (which, as previously stated, suppresses endogenous enzyme release), Veda-Gest stimulates the pancreas to secrete more of its own enzymes, leading to digestive self-sufficiency instead of covering up the problem. This is just one of numerous ways in which Veda-Gest addresses digestive health, the rest of which will be discussed shortly.
In the end, utilizing a natural holistic approach focused on core issue resolution not only provides superior overall results, but it does so without causing any harmful side effects.




The 6 Steps of Digestion

• Ingestion
• Mechanical Digestion
• Chemical Digestion
• Motility
• Absorption
• Elimination



Digestion entails 6 major steps, which includes ingestion, mechanical digestion, chemical digestion, motility, absorption and elimination. The first step of the digestive process, ingestion, takes place when we chew and swallow our food. While little attention is usually given to this aspect of digestion, it’s role should not be underestimated, as the proper mastication (e.g. chewing) of our food not only makes the stomach’s job easier by kickstarting mechanical digestion, but it begins the process of chemical digestion (via enzyme secretions within saliva) as well.

Mechanical Digestion is as simple as it sounds. It is the physical process of systematically breaking food down into smaller fragments and involves chewing (mouth), churning (stomach) and segmentation (small intestine).

A bit more complex than Mechanical Digestion, Chemical Digestion is the process of breaking down food through the actions of 3 different groups of chemicals agents. These agents include acids, enzymes, and bile.

Acids are released through gastric glands in the stomach and are responsible for creating a low pH environment (pH ~2) suitable for digestion. This helps to denature and break down the 3 major macromolecules (proteins, carbohydrates and fats) into a substance called chyme (a semi-fluid mass of partially digested food). The stomach then releases chyme into the small intestine at a rate of about 1 tsp every 30 seconds. As it does so, the pancreas simultaneously neutralizes the acidity of the chyme (raising it to a pH level of 7) by releasing alkaline compounds called bicarbonate ions.

As this partially digested food moves into the small intestine, both the pancreas and specialized cells lining the gut wall begin to release various digestive enzymes into the intestine (note: the stomach also releases digestive enzymes prior to chyme entering the small intestine). These enzymes are substrate specific—meaning each enzyme helps digest a particular food molecule. On a molecular level, digestive enzymes intiate a diverse range of biological reactions, helping to help to speed up the hydrolysis (breakdown) of food molecules into their most basic components.

While the pancreas and intestine do a fabulous job of breaking down most macronutrients, fats are more difficult and therefore require a little extra help from the liver in form of bile. While the liver is responsible for making bile, it is stored in the gallbladder and from there it is released into the small intestine via bile ducts. Once released, bile interacts with fat globules by dividing them into tiny droplets (a process known as emulsification). This increases the total surface area available for fats to interact with the lipase enzyme (an enzyme that helps digest fats).

Once the intestine completes the digestion process at a molecular level, the nutrients are absorbed through the gut wall and into the bloodstream for transport to the liver for detoxification. From there it travels to the rest of the body, where it can be used by our cells to power all the various bodily processes.

At this juncture I will briefly address the subject of digestive motility. Digestive motility, which is defined as the movements of the digestive system and the transit of the contents within it, is governed by nerves and muscles throughout the entire digestive tract. This includes the esophagus, stomach, small intestine, large intestine, and colon. When digestion occurs properly, food moves through the digestive tract unimpeded by rhythmic contractions called peristalsis. However, if any of the nerves or muscles controlling these organs do not function with their normal strength and/or coordination, all sorts of problems can develop, including gas, bloating, stomach distension, constipation, acid reflux, etc.

The final step in the digestive process is elimination and occurs when the food we’ve eaten (more accurately termed digestive waste, or feces) moves into the colon and finally the rectum before being expelled from the body. At this point the digestive process is basically complete, although water absorption will continue to occur as digestive waste sits in the colon.




The Damaging Effects of Impaired Digestion

The number of adverse effects that can occur as a result of digestive dysfunction are vast. They include: impaired nutrient breakdown, impaired nutrient absorption, gas, bloating, acid reflux, stomach distension, sluggish digestion, constipation, appetite suppression, stomach pain, nausea, auto-toxicity, weakened immune function, gut dysbiosis (i.e. excessive amounts of harmful bacteria), chronic inflammation, increased intestinal permeability (leaky gut syndrome), fatigue, malaise, damaged stomach and intestinal lining, ulcers, food allergies, increased risk of liver disease, increased risk of colon cancer, insulin resistance and more.




Benefits of Veda-Gest
Normally, addressing all these issues would require the individual to purchase at least a half-dozen different products, making digestive optimization a rather costly pursuit. The good news is that Veda-Gest addresses them all for a fraction of the cost, but don’t take my word for it. There are 100’s, if not 1,000+ research studies and clinical trials (scroll to the bottom of the article for a list of references) detailing the ability of these ingredients to enhance all the major steps of the digestive process, including the stimulation of saliva secretion, digestive enzyme secretion, gastric acid secretion, and bile secretion, while also improving intestinal motility, nutrient absorption and elimination.

Studies have also been conducted demonstrating the effectiveness of these compounds in combatting literally EVERY single type of digestive dysfunction discussed in this article—with a profoundly positive outcome. These benefits alone number in the dozens, making it the most comprehensive and cost-effective digestive support product on the market.




And you Thought the Benefits Ended There?
If the above-mentioned benefits aren’t enough, Veda-Gest also provides a slew of other important health benefits, including anti-lipidemic, anti-lipid peroxidative, anti-atherosclerotic, anti-bacterial, anti-carcinogenic, anti-inflammatory, anti-hyperglycemic, anti-oxidative, hepatoprotective, immunomodulatory, blood pressure lowering and insulin sensitizing effects, as well as many others.




10 Years in the Making
On a personal note, I have struggled with digestive maladies for over a decade, making it extremely difficult to consume and digest the quantities of food necessary for maximizing recovery and growth. Over a 10+ year period I have experimented with virtually every type of digestive aide available (digestive enzymes, fiber supplements, pre and pro-biotics, etc.) before finally gravitating towards Ayurveda at the advice of a friend. Initially, I scoffed (internally, that is) at his recommendation, but after having tried all the modern cures with mediocre success, I finally decided to give it a go.

Immediately I experienced positive results, but it took about 2 years of experimenting with numerous combinations of ingredients before I finally settled on a combination that provided the most diverse number of benefits. Then, one day I thought to myself “instead of continuing to buy 5 different products, why not just make my own product and put them all in one bottle?”. After having experienced so many positive changes with this combination I wanted others to have the same opportunity, but even if you don’t have any serious digestive disorders, the benefits you stand to gain as a bodybuilder/strength athlete are tremendous. It just doesn’t make any sense to put so much effort into one’s diet, yet do nothing to ensure that we are able to reap its full benefits.

So, whatever your reason for considering Veda-Gest, I can assure you that no other digestive product comes close to providing the diverse number of benefits Veda-Gest does. As always, thank you for your continued support and have a great day! –Mike Arnold






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Solid looking product that everyone can benefit from. I will be purchasing this soon.
 

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Wonder if I could replace my nexium with this as a safer way to control. reflux? Guess there's only one way to know for sure...
 

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Wonder if I could replace my nexium with this as a safer way to control. reflux? Guess there's only one way to know for sure...

I'd be interested in its ability to control reflux, as well. I will say it does seem a bit of a pain to take a capsule with every meal, but if this works for reflux, it's probably healthier than taking one of the typical reflux meds.
 

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Damn, if it helps my fucked up heart burn and stomach I'm all for it....

What's the suggested protocol Mike?
 

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Very interesting product.....I’m going to have to give this a try.....I tend to have digestion problems.
 

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I'll be a Lifer if it Helps with Stomach Distention!!!
 

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I'll be a Lifer if it Helps with Stomach Distention!!!

Ditto! When eating on a bulk I always end up bloated (more so than the amount of food that I ate). Probiotics have helped somewhat, but not enough. I will definitely be ordering and giving this a try! Thanks Mike!
 

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I'll be a Lifer if it Helps with Stomach Distention!!!

This product probably wouldn't hurt. I honestly think stomach distention is from eating tons of food, gh, and possibly slin. As you know some many guys take in so many calories.
 

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I'll Try anything at this Point..Plan on dropping a lot of my Sugars and adding in more protein. I recall being less bloated letting additional protein convert to blood sugar as needed.
On the other hand, it seems I bloat from just drinking Water!???
 

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just ordered a bottle. His MK product is amazing so really hoping for good result here. My wife really struggles with IBS she will be running it also. I'll give feed back on how it works outs. Just seems as I have gotten older (mid 40's my digestive system doesn't want to work like it used to.
 

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Got a few bottles on the way. Should be here by the time my current nexium runs out. Gonna try to completely replace it with this if this works (I'm on nexium pretty much year round so I'm worried about kidney or other problem). Will start on the low side to see if I can save money of course with just 1 cap per meal and see if that's good enough. Will report back here to update with success (or failure?)..
 

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Wonder if I could replace my nexium with this as a safer way to control. reflux? Guess there's only one way to know for sure...

I'd be interested in its ability to control reflux, as well. I will say it does seem a bit of a pain to take a capsule with every meal, but if this works for reflux, it's probably healthier than taking one of the typical reflux meds.

Damn, if it helps my fucked up heart burn and stomach I'm all for it....

What's the suggested protocol Mike?

If you'e taking it for acid reflux, make sure to take it DURING a meal, NOT after. If you take it after, the ginger within it can potentially cause a sort of burning sensation that feels similar to acid reflux. This is not actually acid eflux, but the ginger itself. This can be avoided by taking it during a meal.

Several of the compounds in veda-Gest, including Ginger, have been clinically demonstrated to assist with acid reflux. I listed at least a dozen references myself below the product description that specifically address acid reflux.

Whether or not Veda-Gest will be sufficient for com,pletely controlling avid reflux will depend ona few factors, such as the cause and severity of your acid reflux. there is no denying that these sbstances have helped many people with acid reflux (the literature is beyind clear about that), but like with everything, there will always be a perecentage of the population for whom it doesn't help.

Veda-Gest was designed to be an all-encompassing digestive aide, but this doesn't mean it will completely ameliorate all digestive issues. For example, there is a substantial amount of evidence (in the form of clinical studies) proving that several of the substances within Veda-Gest help to minimize IBS symptoms...and these substances have provided great benefit for many people, but this doesn't mean that they cure all IBS symptoms or even that they help all people. The literature simply shows that the majority of IBS sufferers received considerable relief from their IBS symptoms, while a minority did not.

Not everything will work optimally for all people, yet the evidence is abundantly clear that the substances within Veda-Gest can and do provide great benefit for many people It has helped me tremendously. I take 6 caps per day...and that seems to be about perfect for me. I would advise the same for any bodybuilder who eats a considerable amount of food.

If you eat 6 times daily, take 1 cap with each meal. Or, if you are someone who eats a few large meals and then has a few small meals inbetween, then it would probably be better to take 2 caps with your large meals...and only one cap, or even no caps (depending on what the food source is), with your small meals/snacks.

Women or very light bodybuilders could probably get away with 4 caps daily, while very large bodybuilders who eat 5,000+ calories per day and weigh 250+ lbs may want to use 7-8 caps daily for maximum benefit. These are just vague guidelines based on real-world experience. I know it is not fun to take caps with every meal, but I will say this. It is FAR healthier than ANY prescription drug out there. The number of health benefits this product provides (outside of digestive health) are just immense.

Here are a few: anti-lipidemic, anti-lipid peroxidative, anti-atherosclerotic, anti-bacterial, anti-carcinogenic, anti-inflammatory, anti-hyperglycemic, anti-oxidative, hepatoprotective, immunomodulatory, blood pressure lowering and insulin sensitizing effects, as well as many others.
 

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I'll be a Lifer if it Helps with Stomach Distention!!!

As you know, one of the main reasons bodybuilders experience distension is because of their large food intake.

The primay mechanism by which Veda-Gest may help with stomach distension is through speeding digestive motility. In other words, it moves food through the digestive tract at a faster rate.

This helps prevent the digestive tract from being backed up with food. The faster we can digest and move our meals through our digestyve tract, the less food we will have sitting in our guts at any one time, thereby helping to minimize food-induced stomach distension.

Veda-Gest can also help reduce stomach distension by more thoroughly stimulating elimination. This may sound similar to what was described above (improved motility), but I am not referring to the "rate" of elimination here. Rather, I am referring to the thoroughness of emilination, which is quite different. Most of us have a certain amount of food (more properly known as digestive waste) permanently lodged in our digestive tracts; food which has stuck to and hardened along the walls of the digestve tract. Veda-Gest can help remove this unwanted digestive matter, thereby shrinking the size of the colon and in return, reducing the size of our waistline.

There are a few other mechanisms through which Veda-Gest may assist with distension, such as improving the cut microbiome, but these are very minor contributers.

Basically, whether or not Veda-Gest will help someone with distension, and to what extent, will depend on the degree to which they are experiencing the problems mentioned above. For example, if you are a bodybuilder who experiences noticable food-induced distension (i.e. you see your stomach getting bigger as you eat more meals throughout the day), then it is much more likely to help you in comparison to someone who doesn't eat very much food and therefore doesn't really notice any meaningful food-induced distension.

Oh, one more mechanism through which Veda-Gest may help minimize distension is through a reduction in gas/bloat. Gas/bloat, although transient in nature, can most certainly cause some distension. So, if someone experiences significant gas and/or bloating, Veda-Gest will help with this.


I purposely made Veda-Gest an inexpensive product so that users could take optimal doses without having to spend much money on it. It is only $23.99 per bottle with the 20% discount, so even at 6 caps daily (which is a very solid dose) it will last 20 days.

It is difficult to make a comprehensive digestive product much cheaper than that. Digestive enzymes alone cost more than this when using them with every meal...and Veda-Gest does much more than just stimulate digestive enzyme secretion.

Anyway, hopefully the last two posts answered some of your guys' questions.
 

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It is only $23.99 per bottle with the 20% discount, so even at 6 caps daily (which is a very solid dose) it will last 20 days.

I habitually forget to apply the discount and pretty much almost always pay full price LOL.

Received my veda-gest earlier this week and it seems to be helping a little already. Sometimes I get so hungry and I eat a ton of (clean) food and end up needing to run to the bathroom. It is like I overload my gut and it just gives up and passes everything through. The occurrences have been fewer since I started. Time will tell :).
 
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Mike what's your thoughts on probiotics and digestive enzymes taken along with Veda gest? Necessary, not necessary, taken with or in between Veda gest?
 

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Mike what's your thoughts on probiotics and digestive enzymes taken along with Veda gest? Necessary, not necessary, taken with or in between Veda gest?

Veda-Gest significantly stimulates digestive enzyme secretion, so unless someone is incapabale of making and secreting their own enzymes (usually not the case), digestive enzymes likely won't be needed. The only time I could see them being necessary is if endogenous production is so poor that the person needs an exogneous source of enzymes.

When it comes to enzymes, there are two main factors we need to consider--production and secretion. Most people produce plenty of enzymes, even as we age. If someone doesn't have enough, it is usually because the individual isn't secreting them adequately, not because they aren't producing enough of them. Therefore, stimulating their release is often all that is required to normalize digestive enzyme function.

So, as you can see, there is no black and white answer. It really depends on what the issue is (production vs. secretion). Fortunately, secretion is usually the issue...and this is one of the many benefits Veda-Gest provides.

As for probiotics, Veda-Gest does have beneficial effects on the gut microbiome, so it will provide benefits in this area. However, it isn't going to provide the same degree of benefit on the gut microbiome as the proper use of probiotics.

I say "proper" because many probiotics are destroyed by stomach acid long before they can make it to where they need to go (the intestinal tract). So, just because a probiotic product says it contains 2 dozen strains of bacteria in very high numbers, it does NOT mean you are actually benefitting from all those bacteria. In reality, you are likely wasting most of it.

Probiotics also degrade over time (die), so non-refrigerated versions are going to rapidly lose potency as the days go by. This is why many of the better (and more costly) probiotic products require constant refrigeration.

My recommendation? Drink kefir. It is a high potency fermented yogurt-like drink, but contains MUCH higher amounts of beneficial bacteria than yogurt does, as well as a much larger number of beneficial strains. Since it is a refrigerated product, you can be assured that you are aways going to receive the claimed amount of living bacteria.

Kefir comes flavored or unflavored and only costs about $3 per quart. If you don't want the added sugar, drink the unflavored version (the flavored version makes a great post-workout food). It is also high in protein, with roughly 10 grams of protein per cup, so you actually get nutritional benefit from Kefir in addition to its potent probiotic effects. I recommend drinking 1 cup daily, so it will only cost about 75 cents per day to use it.

Kefir has been in use for 1,000's of years...and the cultures that drink kefir regularly are some of the oldest living people on Earth. Digestive problems, including colon cancer, are nearly unheard of.

Kefir's reliability, proven history, potency and nutritonal benefit all make it superior to the typical, non-regrerated probiotic product.

Since Kefir is actually a food, it can be included as part of your food bill, rather than viewed as a supplement. I drink Kefir and take Veda-Gest every day. My digestive problems are so greatly improved from this combination they are now almost non-existent. So, if there was one thing I would definitely recommend people consume in addition to Veda-Gest, it would be Kefir. The overall digestive health benefits of this combination are so great it would take a book to describe them all.
 

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Any plans to ever have retailers in Europe stock your products? I would love to try Veda-Gest but I doubt your offered payment methods work for me :/
 

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Any plans to ever have retailers in Europe stock your products? I would love to try Veda-Gest but I doubt your offered payment methods work for me :/

I never really gave much thought to it until I read this post of yours...and now I am seriously considering doing so in the early part of 2020...so about a year from now. I want to finish building the new line before I go international. One thing at a time.

I am also going to look into Vicaine's legality in the various European countries. If it can legally be sold in several of them, I will strongly consider re-releasing it for sale in those nations.
 

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