COASTAL VIBES ~ HOLISTIC BLENDS
Inflammation is triggered when the body becomes injured in some sort of way. This could occur either by tearing through the skin, bruising underneath the skin, or sustaining an injury from the inside the body. For example, a person could eat something spicy and this could cause an inflammatory response in the gut. Or a person could eat something crunchy, not chew it thoroughly, and this could ultimately micro-tear the lining. Thus, leaving the gut inflamed.
When the gut is inflamed, the lining of the gut becomes vulnerable, and when this happens particles of food and bacteria are able to pass through this barrier. As well, this inflammation can make it difficult for nutrients to absorb thoroughly. A poor gut barrier disrupts immune processes.
When the immune system is vulnerable, diseases begin to manifest. To improve these conditions, a person must get their immune system back in check.
Holistic Blends are made of a special blend of specific ingredients that be used as part of your diet to maintain a healthy immune system and repair gut health.
The main ingredient in Coastal Vibes is Turmeric. Turmeric is also known as Curcumin or Curcuma. It helps with maintaining normal liver function and helps in maintaining proper gallbladder function. These two organs are specifically designed to help with detoxication processes. Some studies state that turmeric can act as a powerful antioxidant, as well. Turmeric is well known for its anti-inflammatory effects in helping promote a healthy gut and enhance immune function.
Garlic is another ingredient used and it is known for helping to alleviate occasional colds and restoring intestinal flora associated with poor digestion. Also, it promotes the production of WBC and could be considered an immune booster.
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