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GASTROINTESTINAL REPAIR &
RESTORE PROGRAM

Age Management of West Michigan

Integrative Medicine

Conventional, Functional, and Anti-Aging medicine located in Grand Rapids MI.

Functional Gastrointestinal Repair & Restoration

“70% to 80% of our immune system is in our gut… the starting point for functional healing.”

– Institute of Functional Medicine

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Comprehensive 3 Phase Program

Phase I: GI Cleanse
(1 Week)

  • Decrease the toxic burden on the GI system, liver, kidneys, and cellular tissue

  • Decrease inflammation

  • Remove negative parasitic, bacteria, fungi, and yeast presence

Phase II: GI Repair
(4 Weeks)

  • Repair intestinal permeability and damage to the gastrointestinal lining

  • Restore protective intestinal lumen mucosal lining structure and function

  • Initiate restoration of the gut microbiome

  • IgG Immunoglobulins to mediate and reinforce the repair process / decrease LPS (Lipopolysaccharides)

Phase III: GI Restore
(12 Weeks)

  • Probiotic and prebiotic supplementation to support development of a wide diversity of gut microbiota and to restore microbiome balance for long term support of GI health.

  • Food reintroduction protocol to determine food sensitivities.

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Symptoms associated with GI Dysfunction and Intestinal Permeability

Abdominal Pain (chronic)

Myofascial Pain

Abdominal Spasms

Hemorrhoids

Bloating

Poor Exercise Tolerance

Poor Memory

Constant Hunger Pains

Muscle Cramps

Anxiety

Recurrent Vaginal Infections

Sluggishness

Muscle Pain

Gluten Intolerance (celiac)

Brittle Nails

Insomnia

Mood Swings

Heartburn

Swollen Lymph Glands

Excessive Flatulence

Poor Immunity

Migraines

Constipation

Shortness of Breath

Recurrent Bladder Infections

Multiple Chemical Sensitivities

Liver Dysfunction

Fears of unknown origin

Recurrent Skin Rashes

Hair Loss

Diarrhea

Anal Irritation

Depression

Food Allergies

Brain Fatigue

Depleted Appetite

Conditions associated with GI dysfunction and Intestinal Permeability

Celiac Disease

Dermatitis

Colon Cancer

Acne

Multiple Sclerosis

Ulcerative Colititis

Crohn’s Disease

AIDS

Autism

Candidiasis

Food Allergies

Alcoholism

Fibromyalgia

Chronic Hepaptitis

Giardia

Asthma

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

Cystic Fibrosis

Arthritis

Liver Dysfunction

Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)

Malnutrition

Pancreatic Dysfunction

Accelerated Aging

Eczema

Psoriasis

Hives

Schizophrenia

GI Diagnostic Testing Available

GI Effects Comprehensive Stool Test

NutraEval Metabolic Nutrient testing

with Heavy Metals

Mycotoxin Mold Testing

192 IgG Food Sensitivity Testing 

with Candida Albicans

SIBO testing

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