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Serovera is a nutritional supplement marketed by TeamTrade, Inc., designed to help consumers with gastrointestinal disorders and diseases. It is sold at retailers as well as through direct internet marketing.

Currently sold in the United States with the stabilized and isolated agent aloe mucilaginous polysaccharide, it is advertised as “reversing gastrointestinal disorders” and “digestive diseases” like Crohn’s Disease, diverticulitis, ulcerative colitis, and irritable bowel disease. Like many nutraceuticals, its efficacy is questionable.[1]

Serovera promotes itself as being created and endorsed by Dr. Ivan Danhof. Various other doctors have contributed and written articles regarding the uses of aloe mucilaginous polysaccharides; Lawrence Plaskett, John C. Pittman, Jeffrey Bland, Julian J. Blitz, James W. Smith and Bruce Eric Hedendal, that support evidence suggesting consumption [2] of aloe polysaccharides may have a beneficial effect on the body.


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