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Ulcerative Colitis

A.M.P. Floracel ® offers a natural supplement that supports a healthy immune system and digestive tract.

Aloe Vera Supplement for Colitis

A.M.P. FLORACEL ® is a unique supplement created to provide healthy support foryour immune system and digestive tract. The main ingredient in A.M.P. FLORACEL ® is derived from the Aloe Vera plant and is called the Aloe Mucilaginous Polysaccharide molecule. It is 100% all natural, non-toxic and organic.

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Colitis Diet

Improving Your Diet for Control over Colitis

Many people with Colitis can manage their symptoms through a modified diet. You will need to identify which foods trigger your symptoms and eliminate those foods as often as you can.

You may be able to learn new ways of preparing a diet based on what your body can digest properly, when used along with the A.M.P. FLORACEL ® supplement.

To help you begin identifying foods that may trigger colitis symptoms, try eliminating the following:

  • Carbonated beverages
  • Caffeinated beverages
  • Fruits that contain seeds
  • Vegetables that contains seeds
  • Legumes (Beans, broccoli and cauliflower)
  • Sugary and starchy foods such as pastries, cookies, bread, pasta

These are common sources of inflammation and eliminating these foods will often alleviate your Colitis, especially when used with the A.M.P. FLORACEL ® supplement.

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Ulcerative Colitis (UC) Symptoms

Symptoms of Ulcerative Colitis (UC)? The main symptom of ulcerative colitis (UC) is frequent, watery diarrhea, which may be accompanied by cramping abdominal pain and the passage of blood and/or mucus. When the disease affects only the rectum – the final portion of the bowel, it is known as proctitis. When ulcerative colitis (UC) affects more of the colon than the rectum alone, symptoms are more severe. The symptoms vary according to the degree of inflammation in the bowel and whether or not the lining of the bowel has become ulcerated.

In addition to the symptoms already mentioned, there may also be:

  • pain on opening the bowels
  • urgent and frequent need to open the bowels
  • the sensation of incomplete emptying of the bowels
  • diarrhea, even during the night
  • nausea
  • loss of appetite
  • weight loss
  • extreme tiredness

A number of other problems may be associated with Ulcerative Colitis (UC). These are more likely when the disease is active and include skin rashes, mouth ulcers, joint pains and anemia. Ulcerative Colitis (UC) is defined as mild, moderate or severe, according to the frequency of diarrhea, the presence of blood and how generally unwell the person is.

Nutrition Guidelines for Ulcerative Colitis (UC):

Good nutrition is an important part of managing Ulcerative Colitis (UC). Malnutrition may also cause people to feel more fatigued and some medications may not be as effective when nutritional status is depleted. People with Ulcerative Colitis (UC) may be at risk for developing malnutrition and nutrient deficiencies, which makes it more difficult for the body to heal and fight infection. With proper monitoring and attention to nutrition, these complications can often be avoided.

Here are a few reasons why people with Ulcerative Colitis (UC) may be at nutritional risk:

  • Decreased food intake due to decreased appetite, pain, diarrhea, or other symptoms (or fear of these symptoms)
  • Increased needs for calories, protein, and some vitamins and minerals
  • Diarrhea or other fluid losses can lead to dehydration if not replaced
  • Some medications prescribed for Ulcerative Colitis (UC) may affect appetite, taste sensation & nutrients absorption.

 

Diet

The recommended diet for ulcerative colitis is a balanced diet focusing on adequate calories, protein, vitamins, minerals, and fluid. No specific foods are known to trigger ulcerative colitis or make the disease worse. Therefore, there are no specific foods that must be avoided by all patients with Ulcerative Colitis (UC). Some individuals may have their own food intolerances or notice that certain foods cause discomfort. In such cases, those foods should be avoided. Nutrition needs may vary from person to person depending on the status of their disease, thus it is best to meet with a dietitian who can help you individualize your diet to best meet your needs.

 

Calories and Protein

It is important to take in enough calories each day to maintain a healthy weight. Your calorie needs may be increased when you are acutely ill. Rapid, unintentional weight loss places you at risk for malnutrition. The inflammation caused by ulcerative colitis may lead to increased protein needs. Inadequate protein intake may negatively affect healing and lead to muscle loss. A dietitian can provide more specific guidelines for your individual calorie and protein needs, as well as provide you with more information on increasing calories and protein in the diet, if needed.

 

Fiber

Dietary fiber is an important component of a balanced, healthy diet. Fiber is broken down in the colon into short chain fatty acids. The colon uses these short chain fatty acids as an energy source. In people with Ulcerative Colitis (UC), there is no need to limit the intake of dietary fiber. Likewise, it is not necessary to increase fiber intake above the recommended levels for the general population. Recommended daily dietary fiber intake is 15-25 grams. Trial and error is the best way to figure out what amount of fiber you are able to tolerate in your diet. The amount of fiber tolerated varies between individuals and may also vary with an individual during an Ulcerative Colitis (UC) flare.

 

Vitamins and Minerals

Calcium and vitamin D are nutrients important for healthy bones. Many adults do not take in enough of these nutrients. Patients with Ulcerative Colitis (UC) are especially at risk because dairy products (which are the main source of calcium and vitamin D) are often avoided. However, such avoidance is often not necessary (see the section below on lactose and dairy products for more information).
The medication sulfasalazine may decrease absorption of the nutrient folic acid. If you are on sulfasalazine, your physician or nutritionist may recommend folic acid supplements.
Patients with Ulcerative Colitis (UC) are at risk for iron deficiency due to possible blood loss from the colon. Iron levels can be measured by a blood test; supplements may be recommended if levels become low.?Your physician or dietitian may recommend additional vitamin and/or mineral supplements based on laboratory values or other information.

 

Lactose and dairy products

Lactose is a sugar found in dairy products. Some adults have difficulty digesting lactose and dairy products due to low levels of the enzyme (lactase) needed to break down lactose in the small bowel. Symptoms include cramping, bloating, gas, and/or diarrhea after consuming dairy products. Since digestion of lactose occurs in the small intestine (not the colon which is affected by ulcerative colitis), patients with Ulcerative Colitis (UC) do not have a higher incidence of lactose intolerance than the general population. Therefore, routine avoidance of dairy products is not needed. If tolerated, dairy products can be a good source of nutrition for patients with Ulcerative Colitis (UC). If dairy products do cause discomfort, they should be avoided or eaten in smaller amounts as tolerated. In such cases, discuss your calcium and vitamin D intake with your physician or dietitian. More information on lactose intolerance is available from the Digestive Health Center; ask your physician or dietitian for additional handouts if needed.

 

Stress and Colitis

Stress can worsen symptoms of colitis. When a person experiences stress, the stomach empties more slowly and secretes more acids. Regular exercise, yoga, massage and meditation are just a few ways to reduce stress.

 

Colitis and Pregnancy 

It is suggested to wait until a woman’s disease is in remission before becoming pregnant. Based on the general population, women with colitis have about the same chance as women without it, of having a healthy baby. Women generally have normal pregnancies if they were in remission at the time of conception. But, becoming pregnant with the disease is active creates a chance of the symptoms getting worse. You will be treated for the Ulcerative Colitis (UC) to control your symptoms as much as possible. ??There have been reports of colitis starting during pregnancy. The disease does not become worse just because of when it occurred. Even if one of your pregnancies was complicated by colitis, it doesn’t necessarily mean your next one will. Also, with your fluctuating hormones and emotions, it’s possible these factors may cause your symptoms to get worse.

Patients with Ulcerative Colitis (UC) should eliminate any foods or beverages from their diet that seem to make symptoms worse. The following suggestions may help:

Limit dairy products; some patients benefit from lactase-fortified products.

  • Try low-fat foods.
  • Experiment with foods high in fiber (fresh fruits, vegetables and whole grains).
  • Eat small meals.
  • Drink plenty of water.
  • Talk to a dietitian.

Taking A.M.P. FLORACEL® along with following our recommended diet has been successfully used by people all over the world since 1996.

Avoid the following foods

  • Carbonated beverages and caffeine
  • Raw and dried fruits, raisins and berries
  • Greasy, fried and processed foods
  • Gas-producing foods (lentils, beans, legumes, cabbage and broccoli)
  • Spicy and/or highly seasoned foods
  • Dairy Products
  • Chocolate
  • All nuts and seeds, as well as foods that may contain seeds (such as yogurt)
  • Vegetables from the Cruciferous family

Foods that may be regularly eaten in any quantity

  • Ripened Bananas
  • White rice
  • Eggs
  • Fish(broiled or baked-avoid shellfish)
  • Chicken Soups (No Cream Soups)
  • Fresh Chicken or Turkey
  • Cooked vegetables

Breakfast/Snack Options

  • Bagels
  • English muffin
  • Plain Cereals (e.g. Cheerios, Cornflakes,
    Cream of Wheat, Rice Krispies, Special K
  • Ripened Banana
  • Eggs
  • Fruit juices (except prune juice)
  • applesauce, apricots, banana (1/2), cantaloupe,
    canned fruit cocktail, grapes, honeydew melon,
    peaches, watermelon

Lunch/Dinner Options

  • Enriched refined white bread or buns
  • Alfalfa sprouts, beets, green/yellow beans, carrots,
    celery, cucumber, eggplant, lettuce, mushrooms,
    green/red peppers, potatoes (peeled), squash, zucchini
  • Well-cooked, tender meat, fish and eggs
  • Potatoes (no skin)
  • Vegetable juices
  • Arrowroot cookies, tea biscuits, soda crackers, plain melba toast
  • White Rice

For more information on diet restrictions and suggestions for Colitis, call (954) 527-1004 to speak to a specialist.

Benefits of A.M.P. FLORACEL®:

May be used simultaneously with any supplement or medication.*

Normalizes an array of damaging processes in the digestive tract.*

Promotes proliferation of healthy flora in the digestive tract.*

Rebuilds the intestinal protective mucosa lining.*

Controls chronic yeast growth so that normal healthy flora may thrive.*

Eliminates maldigestion and thus a host of pathological reactions.*

Stops the bleeding, damage and leakage of the intestinal wall, taking the stress off the immune system.*

Effectively balances and restores proper immune system function.*

 

* AMP Floracel® is not intended to diagnose, treat or prevent a disease. This is an all natural product. the information stated has not been evaluated by The Food and Drug Administration. Please consult a physician to see if AMP Floracel® is right for you.

Acts as a potent anti-inflammatory agent to reduce inflammation.*

Fuels the entire body by promoting proper digestion, absorption and assimilation of foods and nutrients.*

Promotes and accelerates a wide range of tissue-healing processes.*

Contributes greatly to prevention and healing of malignant cells.*

Not digested by the enzyme system and is taken up into the cell intact.*

Increases circulation.*

Aids in blood sugar balancing.*

Increases phagocytosis — ex: the ingestion of viruses and bacteria by phagocytes throughout the body.*

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AMP Floracel®

A.M.P. FLORACEL ® is offered in both powder and capsule form. Both options were created to be used even with specialized diets.

  • 100% ORGANIC
  • NON-GMO
  • GLUTEN-FREE

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CAPSULES

270 Capsules/bottle – 500 mg capsules

Only $149

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POWDER

Net weight per Container:3.17 oz. (90g)

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HOW IT WORKS!

All-Natural Aloe Vera Supplement

The Aloe Mucilaginous Polysaccharide molecule provides support for people who have any type of inflammation, infection or coating of the lining in the digestive tract. In addition, the supplement helps build up the good flora (gut bacteria) that is naturally occurring all throughout your intestinal tract to help support:

  • Immune system balancing and restoration*
  • Anti-inflammation*
  • Enhanced absorption of nutrients for maximum health benefits*

This may reduce symptoms like abdominal pain, fever and nausea.

* AMP Floracel® is not intended to diagnose, treat or prevent a disease. This is an all natural product. the information stated has not been evaluated by The Food and Drug Administration. Please consult a physician to see if AMP Floracel® is right for you.

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About The Aloe Mucilaginous Polysaccharide Molecule

The Aloe Mucilaginous Polysaccharide Molecule absorbs into your intestines and flows through the bloodstream helping to distribute nutrients throughout your body. This assists your naturally occurring healthy flora to thrive which provides protective coating to the areas of the digestive tract that are infected, inflamed or bleeding.

The Amazing Health Benefits of the Aloe Vera Plant

The Aloe Mucilaginous Polysaccharide molecule is an all-natural, non-toxic, organic molecule. The AMP molecule has been scientifically proven to not only support but enhance the bodies immune system due to all the following properties: Anti-Inflammation*, Antioxidant*, Anti-Bacterial* and Anti-Viral*

AMP Floracel®

A.M.P. FLORACEL ® is offered in both powder and capsule form. Both options were created to be used even with specialized diets.

  • 100% ORGANIC
  • NON-GMO
  • GLUTEN-FREE

madeusavegansecureshopping

ampbottlepill

CAPSULES

270 Capsules/bottle – 500 mg capsules

Only $149

Order Now!

ampbottlepowder

POWDER

Net weight per Container:3.17 oz. (90g)

Only $149

Order Now!