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Weird Gut Bacteria Linked to Digestion, Heart, Obesity,
and Other Problems

While it may be embarrassing to talk about, more people suffer from simple occasional constipation than all other health concerns combined.

In fact, over 100 million Americans suffer from occasional issues related to their gut or gastrointestinal (GI) tract, including:

  • Constipation
  • Bloating
  • Abdominal Discomfort
  • Nausea
  • Lack of Appetite
  • Gas
  • Diarrhea
  • Acid Reflux

RECOMMENDED: 3 Little-Known Secrets for a Healthy Digestive Tract

According to renowned holistic physician David Brownstein, M.D., very few people realize that 70% to 80% of your body’s immune cells are located in a place you might not expect — your gut.

And since you need a strong immune system for optimal health, now you know why you must also keep your GI tract in tip-top shape.

“Some doctors may tell you that backed-up bowels, gas, and other similar concerns are just an annoying but inevitable part of growing older — and not something to worry about. However, this is simply not true,” says Dr. Brownstein, medical editor of the popular Newsmax newsletter Dr. Brownstein’s Natural Way to Health.

Dr. Brownstein considers his findings so important he has just released a video presentation about a healthy digestive tract.

And in this video, he’ll give you a number of simple and natural strategies to help you balance your digestive and immune health. Click Here to Watch the Video Presentation.

In this video presentation, Dr. Brownstein reveals his secrets to a healthy digestive system and a unique problem affecting the older population — an issue very few doctors even know about.

SPECIAL VIDEO: 3 Little-Known Secrets for a Healthy Digestive Tract

In this video, he’ll teach you some simple tips to not only revitalize your intestinal functioning, but also support your immune system and overall wellness.