Immunoglobulin G (IgG) supplementation in the context of the Nemechek Protocol is not specifically mentioned in the available documents. However, there is a warning against the use of probiotics during or after the use of inulin, a component of the Nemechek Protocol. This caution is due to the potential for probiotics to disrupt the balance of gut bacteria that the protocol aims to achieve. As the primary goal of the Nemechek Protocol is to balance gut bacteria, introducing foreign substances like probiotics could be counterproductive and may worsen the overall blend of intestinal bacteria【12†source】.nnSince IgG is not a probiotic but an immune system component, its interaction with the protocol is not directly addressed. However, considering the protocol’s sensitivity to additional substances that might affect gut bacteria balance, it would be prudent to consult a healthcare professional familiar with your health history and the specifics of the Nemechek Protocol before combining IgG supplementation with the protocol.
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