Gastrointestinal symptoms that have been linked to the body’s autoimmune function are at a pandemic level in first-world countries. The debilitating symptoms of IBS, Crohn’s, Colitis, Rheumatoid Arthritis and others have all been labelled autoimmune diseases. More recently, however, these issues, which have a very high economic and social cost to modern societies, have been directly linked to the dysbiosis of the human or animal microbiome.
Historical and preclinical evidence of Kisolite’s use to reverse, or at a minimum, ease the symptoms of autoimmune diseases, is undeniable. The dietary factors contributing to various autoimmune symptoms are now believed to include both mineral deficiency and commensal microbial imbalance, both of which appear to be a result of poor diet, environmental issues and overuse of antibiotics. A plethora of current research on the recently discovered ‘gut-skin-brain axis’ summed up under microbiome research seems to confirm these findings.