Bile Viome Restoration Kit
Bile Viome Restoration Kit
This is a 1 Month Protocol for those who have scored low or average in the “Bile Acid Metabolism Pathways” section.
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Fat digestion requires the function of many different organs and microbes working in tandem for it to occur. Any kink along the pathway of fat digestion can cause it to not be assimilated properly and cause fat to be dumped into the stool and improper amounts of bile either be produced or utilized. If you are having lipid digestive issues, your stool will either look yellow (from undigested lipids concentrating in the stool) or very oily. You might get urgent diarrhea from eating a high fat meal from bile not being reabsorbed properly. Finally, you may become constipated and your stool might become dry and light brown or clay colored from not producing enough bile. All these stool changes are warning signs of poor bile production and utilization and fat digestion and assimilation issues.
What Kit Is Best For Me?
Not Enough Bile:
Generally, if you do not produce enough bile or your bile is slugish your stool will appear to be clay colored or pale from a lack of bilirubin being deposited in your stool mixed with bile. You may also see yellow in your stool or your stool may look greasy (steatorrhea) from improper production of bile that may lead to fat being deposited into your stool instead of being absorbed and utilized by the body. You may also become constipated from a lack of bile production as the stool becomes sticky and hard to pass. People that do not produce enough bile may have nutrient deficiencies in fat soluble vitamins including vitamin A, vitamin D, vitamin E, and vitamin K2.
Too Much Bile:
Some people suffering from poor liver and gallbladder health, gastrointestinal surgery, cholecystectomy, dysbiosis (bile deconjugation from bacteria), celiac disease, Crohn’s disease (ileal inflammation), ileal resection, overproduction of bile, might have diarrhea and yellow, greasy stools from bile acid malabsorption or production of too much bile. Bile acids are produced in the liver for fat digestion and are stored in the gallbladder for future use. Bile acids during digestion are reabsorbed in the terminal ileum of the small intestine and are recycled through the liver. These bile acids are then stored again in the gallbladder for future use. In people with upper gut digestive issues, bile acids may not be reabsorbed properly, deconjugated by dysbiosis, or too much bile is produced causing an excessive amount of bile acids traveling further into the large intestine. When bile salts make it into the large intestine, they stimulate extra water secretion and intestinal motility creating chronic diarrhea and usually abdominal cramping. Severe bile acid malabsorption can trigger rapid dumping syndrome (severe diarrhea, thirty minutes to a couple of hours after eating) if the person consumes a high fat meal and is suffering from fat digestion issues.