ADVANCED GUT HEALTH SUPPORT SYSTEM
Boost Your Gut Health with Gut Check!
Hey there, wellness warriors! Say goodbye to tummy troubles and hello to a healthier gut with Gut Check!
Loaded with all natural ingredients to reduce inflammation and repair the stomach lining, Gut Check is your secret weapon for a happy belly.
- Experience smoother digestion and reduced bloating.
- Fuel your body for peak performance and vitality.
- Unlock the potential of your gut-brain connection for mental clarity.
Don’t wait any longer to invest in your well-being! Start your gut health journey today with Gut Check!
The gut is often referred to as the “second brain” of the body. It is largely responsible for our immune function. It’s the place where food is broken down into usable nutrients, where toxins are removed and where many important hormones are produced. Bloating, gas, constipation, and immune disorders are all symptoms of poor gut health. Gut Check soothes and repairs inflammation in the stomach.
Glutamine – the most abundant amino acid in the intestinal wall. Helps repair the lining and reduce inflammation…even from Crohn’s, colitis and celiac disease.
Inulin – a powerhouse fiber that the body is unable to digest. It moves through the colon intact and feeds the good bacteria there, particularly Bifidobacteria and Lactobacilli. These bacteria help fend off unwanted pathogens (bad bacteria), prevent infection and stimulate the immune system.
Aloe Vera Leaf Gel – an anti-oxidant that provides inflammatory aid to the gut. Also supports a healthy microbiome.
Deglycyrnizinated Licorice – helps to heal peptic ulcers. It has been shown in studies to be safer and more effective than drugs or antacids.
- Weaver KR, Melkus GD, Henderson WA. Irritable Bowel Syndrome. Am J Nurs. 2017;117(6):48–55.
- Kim MH, Kim H. The Roles of Glutamine in the Intestine and Its Implication in Intestinal Diseases. Int J Mol Sci. 2017;18(5):1051.
- Radha MH, Laxmipriya NP. Evaluation of biological properties and clinical effectiveness of Aloe vera: A systematic review. J Tradit Complement Med. 2014;5(1):21–26.
- Vandeputte, D., et al. (2017). Prebiotic inulin-type fructans induce specific changes in the human gut microbiota.
- Abed, S. M., et al. (2016). Inulin as prebiotics and its applications in food industry and human health; A review.
- Marchesi, J. R., et al. (2016). The gut microbiota and host health: A new clinical frontier.
- Guess, N. D., et al. (2015). A randomized controlled trial: The effect of inulin on weight management and ectopic fat in subjects with prediabetes.
- Pool-Zobel, B. L. (2005). Inulin-type fructans and reduction in colon cancer risk: Review of experimental and human data [Abstract].
- Hijová, E., et al. (2013). Chemopreventive and metabolic effects of inulin on colon cancer development.
- Marle, J, et al.: Deglycyrrhizinised liquorice (DGL) and the renewal of rat stomach epithelium. Eur J Pharm. 72:219, 1981.
- Turpie AG, Runcie J and Thomson TJ: Clinical trial of deglycyrrhizinate liquorice in gastric ulcer. Gut 10:299-303, 1969.
- Rees WDW, et al.: Effect of deglycyrrhizinated liquorice on gastric mucosal damage by aspirin. Scand J Gastroent 14:605-7, 1979.
- Tewari SN and Wilson AK: Deglycyrrhizinated liquorice in duodenal ulcer. Practitioner 210:820-5, 1972.