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[BREAKING] So-Called “Cure” for Crohn’s?

Dear Reader,

If you’re one of the 780,000 Americans living with Crohn’s disease, you know it’s no picnic.

From pain to diarrhea to the sudden need to run to a bathroom, it can make life feel unpredictable.

If there was a cure for it, you’d sign up in an INSTANT.

Now an Australian doctor claims he HAS found the cure for Crohn’s disease…

But is it really all it’s cracked up to be?

In probably one of the STRANGEST “cures” yet, Australian scientist Professor Thomas Borody claims that the answer to Crohn’s disease lies in a pill… filled with poop.

Let’s rewind.

Dr. Borody is basing his research on the success of something called a fecal transplant.

This elective surgery is used to treat many bowel disorders, including Crohn’s disease.

The process involves taking healthy fecal matter from the colon of a donor and putting it in the Crohn’s patient’s bowels.

The hope is that healthy bacteria will grow and outnumber the bad bacteria that causes many of the Crohn’s symptoms.

As if transplanting poop wasn’t STRANGE enough, Professor Borody has designed a pill containing freeze-dried healthy fecal samples.

And you better believe Big Pharma can’t wait to get their hands on it so they can mark it up to high heaven.

But instead of dealing with an unnecessary surgery or taking a “poop pill,” how about you try something better?

I’m talking about probiotics.

Probiotics have long been recommended by integrative doctors to alleviate bowel issues.

And probiotics also work by encouraging good bacteria to overtake the bad.

Best of all, they’re already affordable, available… AND you’re not dealing with having to take a so-called “crapsule”!

Look for a probiotic with at least 25 billion or more CFUs (colony-forming units) and a couple of strains of bacteria. You can find one on


Fighting For Your Health,


Susan White

Executive Director, Alliance for Advanced Health