I have a medical condition. Am I able to do the Clean Gut?
Unfortunately, we cannot answer any questions about specific medical conditions or medications. Our team is happy to answer any basic questions about Clean Gut or ways to maximize its effectiveness, but we can’t comment on your specific condition and whether or not the program would be right for you.
We suggest you consult your doctor or find a doctor in your area that is supportive of your overall holistic lifestyle goals. We have an on-staff nurse who is available to answer any questions your doctor may have. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to request an appointment with our nurse-practitioner.
You should not do Clean Gut if you:
· Are pregnant or nursing
· Are under the age of 18
· Have active cancer
· Have liver disease, hepatitis
· Are on medications for bipolar disorder
· Have an allergy to any ingredient listed
· Have Type 1 Diabetes
If you are taking any kind of prescription drug, do not stop taking it during Clean Gut without consulting your doctor. There are certain serious conditions that require consistent blood levels of medications. Any change in diet can cause a change in your blood absorption, and an increase or decrease of the concentration of medicine in your blood as a result. In the case of blood thinners, anti-arrhythmia drugs, anti-epileptic drugs and chemotherapy agents, this can be life threatening. Additionally, all of our products contain appreciable levels of minerals which may be an issue for those with kidney disease, or on drugs such as antihypertensives, where elevations in minerals may be an issue.