RLT Therapy Overview
RLT Microbiotic therapy is intended to restore intestinal homeostasis; support epithelial cell function; curb systemic inflammation; and promote superior metabolic/cellular health to reverse autoimmune Alopecia Areata expression and possibly comorbid conditions.
RLT’s targeted nutrition approach employs the uniquely designed 4-part graduated oligoantigenic diet used by Robert Swierski to reverse his Alopecia Universalis after 20 years, and shown to be critical tool in maintaining continuing control over his disease since. Going far beyond the concept of ‘healthy eating’ into the realm of serious and targeted ’microbiotic diet therapy‘
The strictly controlled RLT diet is designed to lower the risk of sensitivity to food or additives that contribute to impaired health and immune function, while fortifying the body with foods that are known to have superior value in promoting health on every level and curbing inflammation. Starting with a short ‘preparation’ stage, the diet then introduces an increasingly expanded menu of ‘medicinal’ foods in 1-week phases. (Closely monitoring the body for any adverse reaction or digestive distress as each food is added to reveal any previously unrecognized sensitivities is recommended.)
The specially formulated Prommune nutritional supplement is a formulation of 24 essential ingredients, in specific ratios designed to maximize absorption of vitamins and minerals to support microbiome and immune system function and counter inflammatory disease. The supplement formula is designed to be ingested daily. No other vitamins or minerals are recommended with the Prommune supplement formula, which is patent pending. Prommune is provided in an easily absorbed powder form that can be blended into food or liquid.
While the specific mechanism(s) of RLT Microbiotic therapy are not fully understood, recent findings in the rapidly-emerging field of human microbiome studies - which is identifying the critical relationship between human host and the microbial ecosystem of the intestinal tract (gut) and elucidating how disruptions to intestinal homeostasis (dysbiosis) can adversely impact immune function and lead to impaired health and disease – lend support to the RLT premise and its effectiveness. If you would like to see how quickly and well you will respond to RLT, enroll here.
Other RLT benefits reported are: weight loss and improved BMI, increased energy, improved mood, decreased allergy symptoms, improved cholesterol and blood pressure, improved digestive and bowel function, reduction of acne, dermatitis and psoriasis and improved skin tone and complexion, etc.