Gastrointestinal Recharge

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Digestive
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Animals
People
Gastrointestinal Recharge is used to help with digestive issues associated with mild to moderate irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). Moreover, it can be used to help with malabsorption. This IC was created with the help of plant-based proteins, essential amino acids, vitamins and minerals, as well as fiber.


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