Question: Could you be wasting your health and money by not absorbing the vital nutrition from food or wasting money on vitamin pills that simply pass through the body without being used?

 Causes may include

Diseases affecting the intestine itself, such as celiac disease.

Absence or low levels of certain digestive enzymes.

Diseases of the pancreas, such as chronic pancreatitis or cystic fibrosis.

Diseases caused by parasites, such as giardiasis or worms.

Changes in the bacteria normally found in the intestinal tract. Surgery, such as removal of the gallbladder, that alters or reduces the   length of the intestinal tract.

Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV).

Symptoms may include:

Gas, bloating, and vague abdominal discomfort.

Frequent diarrhea and foul-smelling stools.


Weight loss.


This information is not intended to replace the advice of a doctor. This information disclaims any liability for the decisions you make based on this information.

 How does Homeopathy work?

One of the leading current proposals for how such ultramolecular dilutions work is that water is capable of storing information relating to substances with which it has previously been in contact.

 Positive outcomes in 75% of studies

Viewing the evidence overall, there is some experimental support for the idea that ultra-molecular homeopathic dilutions may possess unique physical properties and can exert physiological effects. 

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