Michael Frost, 16, from Bedford, has just finished his GCSEs. He has suffered from allergies and upset tummy since he was a baby.
His consultant dermatologist at Bedford Hospital, Dr Katya Burova, suggested he tried Enterosgel.
‘I thought it was a bit alternative, but I really had nothing left to lose so agreed to give it a go. I had to take a tablespoon full three times a day, dissolved in water for ten days. I didn’t mind the taste but the texture was quite odd.
‘I wasn’t really expecting great things. I have taken so many different treatments over the years and nothing has really helped. So I was really surprised when within a week, my gut function improved and skin allergy started to go from my legs, arms and trunk. Within a couple of weeks all that was left was a few little specks on my left arm. It has pretty much stayed that way which has never happened before.
‘I can’t really put this improvement down to anything other than Entersogel as that is the only thing I have changed. If my allergy returns I will absolutely take another course of Enterosgel. It has made a really big difference to my life and I am really happy about it.’
‘Like other organs, skin depends very much on the function of the gastrointestinal tract (GIT)’, – says Dr. Burova. ‘If the GIT does not absorb important nutritional elements such as vitamins and micro- elements, and/or absorbs toxic substances or allows allergens through the GI mucosa, the other organs of the body can become unwell. That is why an appropriate diet helps to avoid unnecessary complications. ENTEROSGEL helps towards treatment of allegies, associated with gastrointestinal disorders, due to capacity of intestinal adsorbents to bind to the medium-weight substances in the gut.
‘Enterosgel works in a similar way to charcoal, a substance that has been used since Roman times to counteract food poisoning and gastric infections, but charcoal can be a bit rough for the mucosa of the digestive tract. Enterosgel has been developed to be quite harmless without any particular side effects apart from the possibility of causing constipation. For this reason I always advise my patients to drink plenty of water when they take it.
‘Usually, as with Michael, a ten day course is enough to noticeably improve the condition. I am very pleased that he has responded so well to Enterosgel.’