I was very sick. My intestines had quit working. Everything I ate was suspect. My diet had become increasingly narrow and my meals smaller and smaller. I was barely eating any more.
I had already been using MSPrebiotics but the smallest dose (1 scoop/day) did not help me. I was about to abandon this product when I reread the bag and saw that a person could take up to 6 scoops/day.
So slowly, as recommended, I increased my dosage. I began to see improvements! Not satisfied though I kept increasing until I was on the full 6 scoops.
It was crazy! A night and day difference. My intestines started working again! I actually felt “normal”!
After some time, I slowly decreased the amount. I stayed “healthy” on 3 scoops/day. My health provider told me that my stomach was building back it’s natural enzymes.
But then, silly me, I decided I didn’t want to spend money on the powder. I decided to take something cheaper that would be just as effective.
So I quit MSPrebiotics and instead took psyllium every day.
For a while I was fine. The decline was not instant so that tells me I really had been getting better. But over time my symptoms returned. Pain. Constipation. A dwindling diet. And a struggle to hope that things could ever be better.
I don’t know why I didn’t see the relationship to how I was feeling to quitting taking MSPrebiotics but I didn’t. Not initially. And when I began to see it I felt a resistance. I did not want to spend money on it. Crazy, right? I mean, I had already spent stupid amounts of money on every other health product and practitioner that offered hope. Yet here I still was.
Then, when getting a massage to try to alleviate my pain, I mentioned this story to the lady, and she said, “Maybe you should start taking that again.”
That was all it took. I bought more MSPrebiotics and started taking it again. As I had discovered last time, for me one scoop wasn’t enough. But 4 was!
I have been taking 4 scoops now for a few days. Even after two days I already thought that perhaps things were getting better. Now I know it.
I am eating again. All sorts of lovely healthy things I had become afraid to eat. And every day my belly hurts a little less.
Is it worth the money? Oh, yes, yes, yes!