Heal multiple sclerosis symptoms from the inside out.MS Gut Restoration Protocol
Target MS at its root causes
Cool down inflammation and autoimmunity by removing food sensitvities
Relieve constipation, digestion, and reflux using therapeutic foods and routines
Improve MS fatigue, pain, and mood by repairing leaky gut and boosting the gut microbiome
What people are saying...
“Great program, very informative. It helped me with my gut issues, energy level, and pain.”
“This has been a great informative program for me. It’s been so helpful to have some non pharmaceutical strategies to deal with my MS symptoms. Thank you!”
“Healthy bowel movements and lower neuropathy are a game changer in my life thanks to the Gut Protocol.”
Heal the underlying imbalances
of your MS symptoms
MS Gut Restoration Protocol
You will Learn how to...
Improve MS symptoms
Relieve Constipation & Bloating
Repair Leaky gut
Support your Gut Microbiome
The Functional Medicine Approach to Gut Health
This proven method for restoring gut health will:
Identify & Remove
Deficient GI factors
the gut microbiome
Meet the doctors
Dr. Payrovi’s background in conventional, integrative, and functional medicine brings a more effective approach to targeting MS at its root cause. This whole person approach is designed to complement your current neurology care to improve your future MS health.
She partners with Dr. Guimaraes whose decades of clinical experience will support your through restoring your gut health.
Dr. Susan Payrovi, MD
Chief Scientific Advisor and Co-founder
Dr. Roberta Guimarães, DDS, MACM
Functional Medicine Health Coach
Frequently asked Questions
Yes. Safety is our highest priority. The elimination diet can be personalized to meet your unique needs to ensure it is realistic and doable. The elimination diet is the first step in uncovering hidden food allergies so it’s an important step for anyone with food reactions or an autoimmune condition, such as celiac disease or MS.
We caution anyone with blood sugar issues, eating disorders, and narrow diets to proceed slowly, with support from their the healthcare practitioner.