I want to make sure you saw this I know you rely on Viscera to poop better and keep trim...

But unfortunately, we were out of stock, which left a lot of people upset & disappointed.

And I understand why.

Viscera contains a special nutrient that fixes farts, perfects poops, and takes 5 to 7 inches off your waist...

You see, Viscera’s proprietary blend includes TRIButyrate, which creates short-chain fatty acids in the lower colon, thereby promoting perfect daily poops.

The effect TRIbutyrate has to end digestion pain and problems is so critically important that without it, you can’t have a healthy "slim gut", one that protects you from belly fat and painful pooping problems.

Doctors at Harvard Medical School call TRIbutyrate the “optimal” short-chain fatty acid for better poops and digestion and note that it “shows a higher potency” than other short-chain fatty acids!

And the good news is that we sorted out our production issues and are happy to say, we are fully stocked again (for now)!

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To your best health,


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