Plexus for LS?

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Has anyone ever tried Plexus for their LS? This might only be an American based company, for those outside the US.

It is listed as a possible help for autoimmune diseases, so I was curious if anyone else had tried it.

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    Hi, I have been on Plexus since the end of May. I started taking it because I suffer with IBS and I need to lose weight. I was hoping it would help my LS but it has not. I know you have to be on it for a couple of months before you notice changes so I will give it more time. Plexus claims to heal a lot!!
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      Has it helped with your IBS or weight loss? It does claim to help a lot...lol.
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      I'm debating plexus for hashimotos and LS.   Did you continue with it and has it helped your LS?

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      Ive been on it for over a year. I keep adding things though and I like it but dont really think its helped with the LS, but not sure. I mean maybe it would be worse if I wasnt doing that? I have not changed my diet much though. Ive been on triplex for a year but have added the vitalbiome and XFactor plus vitamins supplements just recently. They stress that our gut health is such a factor in so much of our health and autoimmune system. I mean I know its not going away but its a fight to keep it at bay.
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    I take Plexus triplex now for about 7 months. In fact I sell it too. I started it also to lose weight and belly fat but I was told it may help my LS. I discussed it with my upline and she said it should but it hasnt really that Ive noticed. I have lost weight and bloating etc is much better. Helps with energy levels, so I like it but unfortunately it hasnt been what I hoped for when dealing with LS
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