EquiLife CBO Protocol
Digestive and other health concerns are often associated with an unbalanced gut. The CBO Protocol (Candida and Bacterial Optimizer) is a three-month protocol to rebalance your gut and slowly reintroduce beneficial microbes. This comprehensive protocol is designed to slowly alter the state of your microbiome, remove unwanted microbes, and slowly reintroduce beneficial probiotic strains.
Comprehensive three-month program
Uses herbal microbial balance formulas to remove unwanted microbes
Slowly restores gut barriers
Replenishes beneficial microbes
- Comes with meal plan and easy-to-follow instructions
Optimizing Gut Health
The microbiome is a complex ecosystem that lives inside of us. Just like a natural ecosystem, biodiversity is key. In a healthy gut ecosystem, thousands of strains of bacteria and fungi interact to help break down food and extract energy for the body. But if one species begins to overpower the others, it can be difficult to rebalance the gut and establish order. Stress levels, genetics, diet, and exposure to toxins all provide opportunities for harmful and unwanted microbes that can alter your microbiome balance.
Once this has happened, it can feel impossible to get back on track. Trying to fix your internal ecosystem overnight or without expert help can only making things more confusing. The CBO Protocol is a carefully formulated protocol that works to disrupt biofilms, reduce unwanted microbes, and slowly rebalance and replenish beneficial microbes. Using the best of modern science and the benefits of Ayurvedic herbs, the CBO Protocol has helped thousands of people regain control over their digestion, gut health and bodies.
Good health starts in the gut. Over 100 trillion microbes help the body to digest, break down, and extract energy from food. There are countless species of bacteria and fungus that comprise the microbiome. Certain "bad" microbes prefer sugar and high carbohydrate diets. Once fed diets high in carbohydrates, sugar, and alcohol, these "bad" microbes can begin to cause problems by releasing metabolites into the body that can trigger an immune response. Rebalancing the microbiome is a complex and often difficult process for most people. Many people attempt countless different probiotics, kombucha, fermented foods, and other remedies to no avail.
The CBO protocol is designed to slowly and gradually alter the balance of these ecosystems, by first creating a hospitable environment in which these microbes can flourish. Just as restoring ecosystems in the wild cannot be accomplished by simply releasing animals into habitats where they once thrived, the CBO protocol takes a holistic approach to rebalancing the gut, in three key steps.
Step 1: Bioilm Disruption
The microbes in our gut are encapsulated by a sticky layer of material called a biofilm. In order to address the balance of yeast and bacteria inside your gut, we must first disrupt and penetrate the biofilm in which they hide. This is often the missing step in most other gut healing protocols.
Step 2: Herbal Microbial Balance
Herbal and botanical ingredients help inhibit unwanted microbes and rebalnce gut conditions.
Step 3: Replenish & Restore
After the dramatic changes of the first two steps, it's now important to replenish the microbes in the gut with healthy microorganisms to achieve balance and optimized wellness.
The protocol for each month contains a three-product system that works from gentle to strongest to rebalance your gut health.
While unwanted bacteria are being removed from the body each month, good bacteria are also being introduced and replenished in the body. The 90-day timeline ensures this is done in a safe and effective manner for restored balance and ongoing success.
Saccharomyces Boulardii is a strain of yeast that can be beneficial in removing the competition in the gut. This stomach acid-resistant strain of yeast travels through the gut to the intestines where it begins to outcompete unwanted microbes.
The microbes in our gut are encapsulated by a mucus layer of material called a biofilm. In order to address the balance of yeast and bacteria inside your gut, the biofilm disruptor utilizes enzymes to help dissolve and remove biofilms. Once unwanted microbes have been removed, beneficial microbes like Lactobacillus acidophilus are introduced.
L acidophilus produces acids that inhibit the colonization of undesirable yeast and bacteria in the body as well as an enzyme called lactase which aids in the digestion of dairy. Finally, beneficial microbes are introduced that can improve digestion quality and improve gut health.