4 Week Intestine Protocol Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Whether you’ve just started the 4 week Gut Protocol or just considering it, it’s important to make sure you have all the information you need for a successful journey.

Nutritionist Beachbody Super Trainer Autumn Calabres has been suffering from stomach problems for many years.

After many tests and errors, and working closely with her doctor, she found a way to treat gastrointestinal problems that complicated her physical and mental health.

To confirm the results you want, Sharat and his team put together a 4 week Intestinal Protocol FAQ.

Here are some sample questions; Below are links to other questions.

1. When will the replenishment of supplements come? 4 week intestinal protocol?

After a very successful launch, our teams are working hard to optimize the 4 week gut protocol and get the revived pack back in stock.

We apologize for the inconvenience and will give you more information if we have the news.

In the meantime, you can see more details of the program in Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) 5186.

2. How will I feel during the 4 week bowel protocol?

Autumn says that depending on how your diet has been in the past (not quite healthy or very good), you may experience some negative symptoms (for example, mild headaches and fatigue).

These should go away in the first week or so.

3. Can I drink coffee during the program?

You can drink coffee, but not more than three 8-ounce (230-ml) cups per week.

To read more about caffeine limitations, visit the BeachBody on Demand 4 Week Gut Protocol Program page and click on the “Resources” tab.

From there, open the PDF titled “Food List” and go to the “Coffee and Tea” page.

4. Where can I get information about which BeachBody supplements I can take during the program?

See Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) 5186 in the “Proposed Supplement” section.

5. Meals should be measured in containers before or after cooking?

It depends on the type of food you are going to measure. See the “Food List” document under the “Resources” tab.

This list includes measurements of foods that do not easily fit in a container and also specifies foods that need to be measured once cooked.

To see all the questions that our team has answered, see the FAQ.

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