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Could Diarrhea Be Connected To Biometics Supplements?

Q: I enjoyed your e-book. I started my daughter and 2 granddaughters (6 & 3) on Biometics.  The girls have improved greatly–My daughter, Niki who is 28 has been having diarrhea, vomiting off and on for the past few days. I initially felt this would be a great product for her, because she has long hours, doesn’t eat right, trying to lose weight, etc. etc.  She is taking the product at full strength. –Could this be connected to the Biometrics? 



I believe it could be 3 things: 1. your daughter is going through detox  2. she has gone up to a full serving size on her supplements too quickly  3. she has an imbalance of good bacteria in her gut. Unlike adults children do not usually go through detox unless they are on a lot of medications or do not drink water daily. Adults really put their bodies through the ringer. They are so toxic. Their bodies have years of stored toxins and abuse. What she should have done was stay at a half serving for about one week before going up to a full strength. I would drop everything down to 1/2 tbsp for right now as well. Makes sure she drinks plenty of water (half her body weight in ozs to be exact). What happen here is when she started taking the products because of it’s high concentration (85%-100% absorption) of nutrients her body began releasing and dumping toxins into her body. Her liver and kidneys were not able to dispel them quick enough resulting in her feeling crappy. Here are the some signs of detox:


Some of the symptoms of detoxification include a feeling of dizziness, diarrhea, lack of appetite, tiredness and fatigue, general malaise, nausea, vomiting, headache, increased body odor, hives, rashes, or mild skin outbreaks, the presence of allergies or a worsening of allergies, and/or a possible worsening of initial symptoms before they improve. When cleansing the internal organs, blood, and lymph, some detoxification symptoms are normal and expected.

You may have to stop Get-Go-N or Cal/Mag or both for a couple of days. Right now her tummy may be so sensitive that anything is setting off her diarrhea. Or you can cut back on her Get-Go-N or Cal/Mag. I’m not sure which one is the culprit.  If it is Cal/Mag, then I have a few questions for you:

a. Is she drinking this after dinner on a FULL stomach?

b. Do you make sure that the PM drink stops fizzing before she drinks it?

c. Make sure she drinks Cal/Mag slowly if she has a sensitivity to this product. Eventually she may be able to drink it fast and on an empty stomach but if she is sensitive to this product you really want to take your time easing in to it. Unlike the AM drink which you should drink fast, this drink you can take your time to drink. You can sip on it for about 15 mins. Just make sure you continue to stir it so the calcium doesn’t stick to the bottom of the cup. Yep that’s the white stuff at the bottom of the cup, you gotta make sure you get all of that.

d. Cut back on the serving size and ease your way back up to a full serving size. For example: Give her 1/4 scoop after dinner. If everything is fine for a few days then go up to 1/2 scoop. If everything is fine in 3-4 days than go up to 1 scoop, etc…. If it’s the Get-go-n than do the exact same thing; cut back to 1 scoop and if everything is good for 3-4 days, increase until you are up to full serving size.

And last ishe on Probiotics? It’s in my personal experience children or adults that get diarrhea easily usually have an imbalance of good bacteria in their gut. By taking Probiotics this will restore the natural flora in her gut again and also also help her build up to a full serving size with Biometics even faster. She can take this with her AM drink on an empty stomach in the morning.

Enthusiastically yours,

Shirley Highers


When the grass looks greener on the other side of the fence, it may be that they are taking better care of it.



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