I wanted to post this video and hopefully get some feedback from @HealthExperts and anyone for that matter. I know there are a LOT of products out there that make many claims that are false and some that can even be harmful. There are even a lot of products out there that are sold by ‘doctors’.
I did want to preface that I do know that Dr. Gundry is for real and his claims about his profession and expertise are true. 3 of my specialists are out of Loma Linda University Medical Center where Dr. Gundry was a renowned cardiothoracic surgeon.
After starting Vemlidy in 2017, I had numerous reactions and issues that I have mentioned before on this forum. One of those issues was major GI problems. I would have so many digestive and ‘bathroom’ related issues. I started taking one of Dr. Gundry’s products called, “Bio Complete 3” that was supposed to help the gut with probiotics, prebiotics AND postbiotics. I had taken many probiotic products prior that never helped or seemingly did anything. I started that product over 2 years ago and even though I still have major GI flareups, it’s not as often and the ‘bathroom’ issues mostly levelled out. When I say ‘bathroom’ issues, I am speaking of a back and forth battle of constipation and diarrhea without getting too TMI. This product has helped with regular BM’s and I personally know that it has had a positive effect.
All that being said, and knowing that Dr. Gundry is for real and his products are made out of high quality and quality control tested ingredients, I was wondering what our scientists and doctors have to say about this particular product and if the scientific claims made about the foods we eat and the medical claims about the efficacy of the ingredients put into this product are viable.
I have been hesitant to use too many supplements and even a multivitamin as I am worried that with cirrhosis, my liver can’t handle processing too much and I don’t know if a multivitamin would have certain minerals that my liver couldn’t handle or too much of any particular vitamin that could cause more damage. Is this possible with a multivitamin?
This particular product is not a multivitamin but something that is supposed to help us absorb and utilize what Dr. Gundry says is such a low amount of nutrients within our food, even ‘healthy’ foods.
Any feedback would be appreciated as I don’t want to waste money on something that won’t work but even worse, something that could be harmful for the liver.