Onnit Total Gut Health with Pro-Biotics
Modern medicine is only now beginning to understand just how profoundly our gut-biome influences literally every area of our physiological and yes, even psychological functioning.
Total Gut Health from Onnit contains everything you need to optimize your gut health – digestive enzymes, prebiotics, probiotics, and betaine HCl. Whenever you feel gassy, bloated, or tired after a meal, it becomes crystal clear that good digestion is essential to overall well being. But optimizing the gut isn’t only about digestion. Recent research suggests that the gut biome could serve as the foundation for a strong immune system and optimal brain function.
Each Box contains 15 sachets, with each sachet containing 7 Capsules which are to be taken with the biggest meal of the day.
The microorganisms in our gut are instrumental in protecting the intestinal barrier, fine tuning the immune system and metabolising nutrients. Additional probiotics helps incorporate the strains of bacteria with known benefits to gut function.
The big issue with many probiotics is their inability to survive the harsh acidic environment of the stomach. The five strains of probiotics in Total Gut Health were selected for both their acid resistant qualities as well as their positive influence on the gut.
A full spectrum enzyme supplement that can help you digest fats, lactose, carbs, protein and fiber.
Betaine hydrochloride (HCl) helps restore your stomach’s normal acid level and break down food to allow you to assimilate nutrients.
A non-pathogenic, non-colonizing probiotic yeast that survives stomach acid, it helps support your immune system by promoting the production of secretory Immunoglobulin-A.
5 STRAINS OF PROBIOTICS
If you’re taking probiotics, you want to make sure they survive all the way to your small intestine. Your stomach does a great job of killing most everything that comes through. That’s why we’ve selected 5 of the most important naturally acid-resistant strains: L. acidophilus DDS-1, L. plantarum, L. rhamnosus, B. infantis, and B. lactis.