The hidden cause of your food sensitivity could be lectins. Luckily, there’s a simple solution: Lectin Lock.
• “Lock up” lectins – Including gluten – and help your digestive system escort them from your body.
• Experience incredible digestive comfort.
• Potential bonus: Weight Loss! A Natural Defense Against the Hidden Causes of Food Intolerance.
Don’t be surprised if you’ve never heard of lectins (not to be confused with the endocrine hormone, leptin). Their role in food digestion has been largely overlooked until now, but they may be the culprits behind your inefficient digestion.
Lectins are a specialised group of proteins that can bind to sugar receptors on the cells of the digestive tract, causing inefficient digestion. That inefficient digestion can affect various parts of the body and may not be noticed for years.
Some people can tell when a particular food they ate disagreed with them and they will avoid it, while others have been eating foods that have been slowly eroding their health without noticing it because they have become used to the low-grade inflammation in their GI tracts.
Many common symptoms are really the result of the lectin interactions with our immune systems. An example of a common lectin that many have heard of is gluten or gliadin. Some of the post-meal reactions to lectins (contained in difficult to digest foods) are:
• Headaches, brain fog, lack of concentration
• Skin problems such as dry skin, itchiness, eczema, and acne
• Water retention, puffiness around the eyes, extremities
• Bloating – a very common symptom
• Easy weight gain and stubborn weight loss
• Chronic fatigue and post-meal fatigue
• Chronically clearing throat and excess mucous
• Respiratory symptoms like chronic, (non-illness) coughing
• Joint stiffness and pain (particularly in the morning)
• Urinary weakness or chronic inflammation or infection
• Abdominal pain and gas with meals, excessive belching (lectins can also lower the acid levels impairing digestion)
• Gastric reflux and upset stomach
• Irritable bowel and spastic colon
• Sinus problems, itchy nose, congestion and post-nasal drip
• Insulin shifts affecting blood sugar balance How and when to take Lectin Lock
The recommended dose of Lectin lock is 2 capsules before each meal. But you’ll soon discover that the secret to digestive bliss is to take Lectin Lock in proportion to the amount of lectin-laden food you’re about to eat. Some people take as many as 4 capsules if they know they’re going to eat a large meal or common difficult to digest foods like wheat or corn. Tune into your body after each meal, and you’ll soon learn how to adjust your dose of Lectin Lock to your own specific needs. Does this mean I can take Lectin Lock and eat anything I want?
No. Although you’ll certainly notice a vast improvement in your digestion when you take Lectin Lock, you should still watch your dietary restrictions and monitor difficult to digest foods. While Lectin Lock may seem like a “Get Out Of Jail Free’ card, it’s always best to be cautious about your food sensitivities. Recommended Dosage:
Take 2 capsules at the beginning of each meal.