If you find that taking 2 capsules per day is upsetting your digestive system, reduce the dose to one per day.
Yes, you can. Probiotics are useful at times – after a course of antibiotics, for example – but are best used on a short-term basis. There is not enough conclusive research about the regular and long-term use of probiotics.
Kiwi-Klenz is not a probiotic, but rather it is a prebiotic that supports your digestive system to naturally produce its own good bacteria. It also contains phenolics which help to eliminate bad bacteria within your intestinal tract.
Yes, Kiwi-Klenz may be used by children. We recommend following dosage:
1-5 years old: Begin with a ½ capsule every second day for the first two weeks, then increase to ½ capsule daily if necessary.
6-12 years old: Begin with one capsule every second day for the first two weeks, then increase to one per day if necessary.
It’s important to monitor the results and only increase the dose if your child is tolerating the product well. It’s also important to ensure your child has plenty of fluids when taking Kiwi-Klenz. If easier, you can open the capsule and add the contents to unheated food, such as a smoothie, juice or cereal.
Kiwi-Klenz certainly may be of benefit for leaky gut syndrome. Supporting healthy digestion means that the gastrointestinal system is able to focus on daily issues involving the integrity of the intestinal mucosal, to ensure healing and cell regeneration can occur.
The enzymes in Kiwi-Klenz help to breakdown protein, which is why this product is designed to be taken after a main meal. By improving digestion, it may help to prevent large toxins and microbes from breaching the digestive tract so that they can be safely excreted from the body as intended.
No. We suggest that anyone with kiwifruit allergies should avoid Kiwi-Klenz, as this product is extracted from the flesh, seeds and skin of the fresh fruit. There may be other alternative options in our range to help support your digestion such as Total Balance and the Omega 3/DHA Fish Oil.
Yes, there is naturally occurring fructose within Kiwifruit, so of course, this will be within the supplement. There is no added sugar. Fun fact: Kiwi fruit is one of the lower fructose-containing fruit.
All supplements should be taken 2-3 hours away from prescription medication. We recommend checking with your doctor before beginning any supplement.
Yes, you can. All our products are formulated to work synergistically with each other.
No, we do not recommend this. The only product we recommend during this time is our Omega 3/DHA fish oil, which has valuable properties to support both the health of the mother and baby.
Fish oil is highly recommended by many medical professionals during pregnancy and breastfeeding to help support infant brain development, as well as systemic organ growth. It can also play a valuable role in supporting the post-natal mood and brain function of the mother. As the baby draws from the mother's precious stores of DHA, they can easily become depleted, therefore supporting levels with a supplement such as Omega 3/DHA fish oil is very wise.
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