Icelandic Magic [overview]

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Icelandic Magic: a proprietary offering of YAC that focuses on increased production of short-chain fatty acids by anaerobic bacteria in the intestinal colon for restoration of health and well-being.

Overview

The increased production of SCFA’s is accomplished with Icelandic Magic and where needed, InflameAway. Both products are exclusive offerings of  Young Again Club.

The benefits of SFCA production is associated with eating naturally fermented food, such as sauerkraut, Kimchi and fermented butter and dried fish.

SCFA is CRITICAL for reduction of systemic, low-grade inflammation, restoration of immune function, closure of a porous gut wall and for restoration and maintenance of health.

Improved production of SCFAs provides dramatic improvement in general body metabolism, as well as a more ROBUSt microbiota, microbiome and epigenome, which are three different and overlapping aspects of the human INNUNE SYSTEM.

SCFA’s are of crucial importance for the reduction of systemic inflammation, restoration of thyroid function, restoration of immune function, balancing of sexual hormones, smoothing of irregular menstrual periods, avoidance AND correction of insulin resistance and pre-diabetes [blood glucose over 90], REDUCTION of prostate inflammation, and finally, improvement in sleep patterns and skin.

Icelandic Magic and InflameAway offer an alternative way to improve and maintain health without having to eat fermented foods, which are LESS effective and, for many people, not a dietary favorite due to taste, availability and cost.

Here is the link for the full story on Icelandic Magic and the FREE introductory offer.

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Suggestions

  1. Change your lifestyle and your diet.
  2. Embrace Young Again Club Protocols.
  3. Ask for help and be open to new ideas.

 

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