All Natural Supplement for Digestive & Immune Health

The SEROVERA® Advantage program is the only program of its kind to combine the natural healing benefits of AMP and Probiotics in to one daily course of therapy.

SEROVERA® is designed to work at the core of your body — your gut. Immediately after consumption, SEROVERA® works by releasing mucopolysaccharide glyconutrients that bind to special receptors lining your entire intestinal tract. These molecules establish a mesh-work of protection and may offer an array of benefits*.

The main ingredient in SEROVERA®’s Proprietary Blend, is a glyconutrient sourced from the inner leaf of the Aloe barbadensis plant through a freeze-dried extraction process. This powerful agent, known as Aloe mucilaginous polysaccharides, or AMP for short, is the primary focus of Dr. Ivan E. Danhof, Ph.D., M.D. studies.

Dr. Danhof’s research & SEROVERA® AMP 500 were published in the book “Tomorrow’s Cancer Cures, TODAY” by Allan Spreen, M.D. SEROVERA® is a non-toxic, non-chemical, non-synthetic proprietary blend designed to fortify your immune system, by strengthening and promoting healthy cell function*. Taken daily, SEROVERA® releases glyconutrient agents that bind to special receptors lining your entire gastrointestinal tract.

  • May soothe and alleviate discomforts associated with autoimmune disorders*
  • May strengthen GI by lowering the number of times a person experiences a recurrence*
  • May serve as an effective intracellular antioxidants*
  • May have anti-bacterial and anti-viral effect*
  • May serve as an immune-modulator and TNF blocker*
  • May promote new tissue growth*
  • May improve cellular metabolism and inter-cellular communication*
  • May strengthen immune system functions*
  • May increase immune cell count*
  • 270 Veggie Capsules
  • Up to 3 Month Supply
  • 500mg Each Capsule
  • Large Bottle
  • Premium Freeze-Dried AMP
  • Gluten Free
  • Made in the USA!

SeroLife® is a 15-strain daily probiotic supplement that delivers a boost of “beneficial” bacteria where your body needs it most — your digestive and immune system.

SEROLIFE Probiotic

Probiotics are beneficial bacteria that live in our digestive tract. Probiotics supplement our body’s natural ecosystem by helping maintain a balance between beneficial bacteria and harmful bacteria.

SeroLife is a daily probiotic supplement that delivers a boost of “beneficial” bacteria to where your body needs it most — your GI-tract. Compared to Align, SeroLife Probiotic offers you 5 billion live bacteria per capsule and 15 probiotic strains to help you feel healthier and keep you there.

Probiotic bacteria which arrive dead to your intestinal tract, regardless of their quantity, are useless.  Many probiotic bacteria are naturally sensitive to heat and moisture. Heat can kill organisms and moisture can activate them within pills, only to die due to lack of nutrients and a proper environment. These products should ideally be refrigerated and kept out of humidity. However, SeroLife® probiotics, with freeze-dried organisms and in packaging to prevent moisture, do not need refrigeration or to be kept out of humidity but should still not be exposed to heat above room temperature.

SeroLife® probiotics also has a longer shelf-life than products containing live cultures, such as yogurts and drinks (which must be refrigerated). Each SeroLife® probiotic VCaps capsule contains five billion live organisms, and is made to survive stomach acids and deliver probiotics directly to your intestinal tract where they work to keep your intestinal flora balanced.



“The Aloe Vera mucilaginous polysaccharide reduces inflammation, which is involved in a variety of serious gastrointestinal and autoimmune conditions.” — Dr. Ivan E. Danhof, Ph.D., M.D

Diverticulitis is a common digestive disease which involves the formation of pouches (diverticula) within the bowel wall. This process is known as diverticulosis, and typically occurs within the large intestine, or colon, although it can occasionally occur in the small intestine as well. Diverticulitis results when one of these diverticula becomes inflamed.

People often have left lower quadrant abdominal pain and tenderness, fever, and an increased white blood cell count. They may also complain of nausea or diarrhea; others may be constipated. The severity of symptoms depends on the extent of the infection and complications. Less commonly, an individual with diverticulitis may have right-sided abdominal pain. This may be due to the less common right-sided diverticula or a highly redundant sigmoid colon. Some patients report bleeding from the rectum.

What causes Diverticulitis?

The causes of diverticulitis are poorly understood. About 40% of the risk of disease is believed to be due to genetics while 60% is due to environmental factors. Obesity is another risk factor.

Diagnosis of Diverticulitis

People with the above symptoms are commonly studied with computed tomography, or CT scan.[6] The CT scan is very accurate (98%) in diagnosing diverticulitis. In order to extract the most information possible about the patient’s condition, thin section (5mm) transverse images are obtained through the entire abdomen and pelvis after the patient has been administered oral and intravascular contrast. Images reveal localized colon wall thickening, with inflammation extending into the fat surrounding the colon. The diagnosis of acute diverticulitis is made confidently when the involved segment contains diverticulae. CT may also identify patients with more complicated diverticulitis, such as those with an associated abscess. It may even allow for radiologically guided drainage of an associated abscess, sparing a patient from immediate surgical intervention.

Other studies, such as barium enema and colonoscopy are contraindicated in the acute phase of diverticulitis due to the risk of perforation.

Differential diagnosis – The differential diagnosis includes colon cancer, inflammatory bowel disease, ischemic colitis, and irritable bowel syndrome, as well as a number of urological and gynecological processes.

In complicated diverticulitis, bacteria may subsequently infect the outside of the colon if an inflamed diverticulum bursts open. If the infection spreads to the lining of the abdominal cavity, (peritoneum), this can cause a potentially fatal peritonitis. Sometimes inflamed diverticula can cause narrowing of the bowel, leading to an obstruction. Also, the affected part of the colon could adhere to the bladder or other organ in the pelvic cavity, causing a fistula, or abnormal connection between an organ and adjacent structure or organ, in this case the colon and an adjacent organ.


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Diet Considerations

Introducing a proper Diverticulitis diet to your health can definitely help improve your Diverticulitis-related symptoms. But a healthy Diverticulitis diet is only one facet of the “combat Diverticulitis” equation. That is because food does not cause Diverticulitis. Certain foods can aggravate and cause your Diverticulitis to flare-up, but if you were to not eat, your Diverticulitis disease would not go away. This page will educate you on how you can better manage your Diverticulitis .



Drink lots of fluid (8 – 10 servings daily) to keep body hydrated and prevent constipation



Your doctor or your registered dietitian may recommend a daily multivitamin-mineral supplement to replace lost nutrients. SEROVERA® Diverticulitis supplement compliments your existing Diverticulitis regimen.


High Fiber Diet

Eat a high fiber diet when your Diverticulitis is under control. Some people find cooking and steaming the vegetables more tolerable than eating them raw.


Avoid Fiber During Flares

During a flare up, limit high fiber foods and follow a low fiber diet or even a low residue diet to give the bowel a rest and minimize symptoms.


Continue Nourishing

It is very important to continue nourishing your body even during a flare-up. Try small frequent meals. Your registered dietitian may recommend pre-digested nutritional drinks (liquid diet) and low-fiber diet to give your bowel a rest and replenish lost nutrients so that your body can repair itself. SEROVERA® may help expedite the repair.


Limit or Eliminate

Limit caffeine, alcohol and sorbitol (a type of sweetener) as these may exacerbate your Diverticulitis symptoms.

Fatty Foods


High fat foods usually cause diarrhea and gas for Diverticulitis sufferers.


Take One

Some studies found that the role of probiotics (live culture) may also be helpful in aiding recovery.

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