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  • Dairy Free
  • Egg Free
  • Fish Free
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Gut Eze

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Trust your Gut,with Gut Eze– developed by scientists from Harvard Medical School*

A bottle of Gut Eze contains 30 clear, vegetarian capsules, a month’s supply at 1 capsule per day.

Each capsule contains at least 4 billion CFU(colony forming units) (at the time of manufacture)and at least 1 billion CFU (at the time of expiry) coming from 20mg of a proprietary, powerful probiotic blend of

  • Lactobacillus caseisubsp. casei(87.0%),
  • Bifidobacterium breve SD-5842 (6.5%),
  • Bifidobacterium infantis SD-6669 (6.5%)

Product does not contain milk, eggs, fish, crustacean shellfish, tree nuts, peanuts, wheat or soybean. This precision microbiome product is patent protected, is vegan and manufactured in GMP certified CMOs. Our manufacturing process doesn’t include any raw material of animal source. It does not contain any GMO material and all raw materials are tested for contaminants (virus, bacteria, heavy metals & pesticides) as per US Pharmacopeia and within FDA limits.

Gut Eze is a probiotic blend intended to promote production of Short Chain Fatty Acids (SFCAs) to

  • maintain gut integrity – balances the gut-brain relationship *
  • lipid metabolism*
  • appetite regularity*
  • immune integrity*

Key benefits:

  • Supports microbial balance in the gut*
  • Improves the organic acid production that nourishes the cells of the gut*
  • Improves mucosal health*
  • Improves glucose-insulin balance*
  • Increases the prosecution and bioavailability of micronutrients *

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Trust your Gut,with Gut Eze– developed by scientists from Harvard Medical School*

A bottle of Gut Eze contains 30 clear, vegetarian capsules, a month’s supply at 1 capsule per day.

Each capsule contains at least 4 billion CFU(colony forming units) (at the time of manufacture)and at least 1 billion CFU (at the time of expiry) coming from 20mg of a proprietary, powerful probiotic blend of

  • Lactobacillus caseisubsp. casei(87.0%),
  • Bifidobacterium breve SD-5842 (6.5%),
  • Bifidobacterium infantis SD-6669 (6.5%)

Product does not contain milk, eggs, fish, crustacean shellfish, tree nuts, peanuts, wheat or soybean. This precision microbiome product is patent protected, is vegan and manufactured in GMP certified CMOs. Our manufacturing process doesn’t include any raw material of animal source. It does not contain any GMO material and all raw materials are tested for contaminants (virus, bacteria, heavy metals & pesticides) as per US Pharmacopeia and within FDA limits.

Gut Eze is a probiotic blend intended to promote production of Short Chain Fatty Acids (SFCAs) to

  • maintain gut integrity – balances the gut-brain relationship *
  • lipid metabolism*
  • appetite regularity*
  • immune integrity*

Key benefits:

  • Supports microbial balance in the gut*
  • Improves the organic acid production that nourishes the cells of the gut*
  • Improves mucosal health*
  • Improves glucose-insulin balance*
  • Increases the prosecution and bioavailability of micronutrients *

A tale of two brains and the case for harmony

To appreciate Gut Eze, you have to understand the gut-brain axis. The gut-brain connection can link anxiety to stomach problems and vice versa. Have you ever had a "gut-wrenching" experience, "feel nauseous", felt "butterflies" in your stomach, “followed your gut”, “gut instinct”? We use these expressions for a reason. The gastrointestinal tract is sensitive to emotion. Anger, anxiety, sadness, elation — all of these feelings (and others) can trigger symptoms in the gut – the second brain. *

The gut–brain axis is, thus, a biochemical signaling that takes place between the gastrointestinal tract (GI tract) and the central nervous system(CNS). This connection goes both ways. A troubled intestine can send signals to the brain, just as a troubled brain can send signals to the gut. Therefore, a person's stomach or intestinal distress can be the cause or the product of anxiety, stress, or depression. *

Gut and gut microbes also play an important role in your immune system and inflammation by controlling what is passed into the body and what is excreted. If your immune system is switched on for too long, it can lead to inflammation, which is associated with a number of brain disorders like depression and neurodegenerative diseases including Alzheimer’s disease. The endotoxin “lipopolysaccharide” (LPS) is an inflammatory toxin made by certain bacteria. It causes inflammation if too much of it passes from the gut into the blood. The inflammation is triggered when the gut barrier becomes leaky, which allows bacteria and LPS to cross over into the blood.Inflammation and high LPS in the blood have been associated with a number of brain disorders including severe depression, dementia and schizophrenia. *

Friendly gut bacteria are important for digestion. They destroy harmful bacteria and other microorganisms and produce vitamin K, folate and short-chain fatty acids. When the gut flora contains too many harmful bacteria and not enough friendly bacteria, an imbalance can occur. This microbial imbalance is known as dysbiosis. Both dysbiosis and a reduction in gut flora diversity have been linked to insulin resistance, weight gain, inflammation, obesity, inflammatory bowel disease, and colorectal cancer. Therefore, it's important to keep your gut bacteria as friendly and abundant as possible. *

Gut health and anxiety - Given how closely the gut and brain interact, it becomes easier to understand why you might feel nauseated before going for a test/exam/interview, or feel abdominal pain during times of stress. That doesn't mean, however, that functional gastrointestinal conditions are imagined or "all in your head." Psychology combines with physical factors to cause pain and other bowel symptoms. Psychosocial factors influence the actual physiology of the gut, as well as symptoms. In other words, stress (or depression or other psychological factors) can affect movement and contractions of the GI tract, make inflammation worse, or perhaps make you more susceptible to infection. In addition, research suggests that some people with functional GI disorders perceive pain more acutely than other people do because their brains are more responsive to pain signals from the GI tract. Stress can make the existing pain seem even worse.*

Longevity and gut microbiome - in a recent Bloomberg study, it was reported that Americans’ life expectancy of 79 years lags behind 25 nations. The quality of the gut-brain axis has a significant impact on longevity.*

In a study conducted by the department of biomedical engineering in McGill’s Faculty of Medicine, the scientists combined a herbal supplement called Triphala with probiotics and were able to prolong the flies' longevity by 60% and protect them against chronic diseases associated with aging. "Probiotics dramatically change the architecture of the gut microbiota, not only in its composition but also in respect to how the foods that we eat are metabolized," says Satya Prakash, professor of biomedical engineering at McGill's Faculty of Medicine and senior author of the study. "This allows a single probiotic formulation to simultaneously act on several biochemical signaling pathways to elicit broad beneficial physiological effects, and explains why the single formulation we present in this paper has such a dramatic effect on so many different markers." The fruit fly is remarkably similar to mammals with about 70% similarity in terms of their biochemical pathways, making it a good indicator of what would happen in humans, adds Prakash.*

Intestinal Short Chain Fatty Acids are key to human health

The key role of our diets is to provide adequate nutrients to our body for our daily requirements and overall well-being. The colon houses a dense population of microorganisms called “gut microbiota” which ferment carbohydrates and proteins from our diets. Bacterial fermentation of carbohydrates and proteins produces Short Chain Fatty Acids (SCFA) which emerges as critical mediators in linking nutrition, gut microbiota, physiology and pathology. SCFAs impact the brain function in many ways – appetite, the blood-brain barrier among other things. *

SCFAs are volatile fatty acids produced by the gut microbiota in the large bowel as fermentation products from food components that are unabsorbed/undigested in the small intestine. The amount and relative abundance of SCFA may be considered as biomarkers of a healthy status. For example - A reduction in fecal butyrate (short chain fatty acid) has been found in patients with colorectal adenocarcinoma. Obesity and concentration of SCFA are also noticeable.*

  • Studies show that SCFAs play a key role in the prevention and treatment of metabolic syndrome, bowel disorders, and certain types of cancer. In clinical studies, SCFA administration positively influenced the treatment of ulcerative colitis, Crohn’s disease and antibiotic-associated diarrhea *
  • SCFAs regulate the balance between fatty acid synthesis, fatty acid oxidation and lipolysis in the body. SCFAs are alsoinvolved in regulation of lipid and glucose metabolism*
  • SCFAs seem to beneficially affect glucose metabolism by normalizing plasma glucose levels and increasing glucose handling*
  • SCFA have been shown to regulate cholesterol metabolism*
  • SCFAs have been clearly shown to have multiple beneficial effects on various aspects of energy metabolism*

What throws the gut-brain axis out of harmony?

  • Antibiotic use -can affect the diversity and composition of the gut flora, even in cases of short-term use. Antibiotics destroy most of the gut’s bacteria, even the beneficial ones. This causes diarrhea and bloody diarrhea. Rebuilding the gut microflora can take more than two years. Gut Eze contains a bacterial combination that replenishes gut bacteria and can combat Antibiotics Associated Diarrhea(AAD).*
  • Keeping it clean - Due to the widespread use of cleaners/surfactants, antimicrobials, antibiotics, and general cleaning (bleach, wipes, gels) the vital microorganisms have been stripped out of the gut. At the same time, the incidence rates of systemic and inflammatory diseases have risen. It has also been noted that proximity to natural environments, without the use of chemicals and the focus on antimicrobials, have been shown to be healthier in many respects. It follows that restoration of the collaborative relationship between bacteria and human beings will have a profound effect on human health.*
  • Diet diversity - A diet lacking in a variety of different whole foods can result in a loss of gut flora diversity. This may have a number of negative health effects.
  • Absence of Prebiotics in diet -Prebiotics are a type of fiber commonly found in fruits, vegetables and whole grains. They are important for increasing healthy gut bacteria like Bifidobacterium(Gut Ezecontains this important gut bacteria).*
  • Alcohol - Generally speaking, alcohol consumption has a harmful effect on gut bacteria. However, the polyphenol content in red wine may have a protective effect on gut bacteria when consumed in moderation.*
  • Lack of exercise - Regular physical activity promotes the growth of beneficial gut bacteria, including Bifidobacterium and Akkermansia. These positive effects are not seen in individuals who are inactive.(Gut Ezecontains the important gut bacteriaBifidobacterium).*
  • Smoking - has detrimental effects on nearly every organ in the body. Giving up smoking can improve gut health by increasing the diversity of the gut flora, and this can occur after only nine weeks.*
  • Inadequate sleep - The body has a 24-hour internal clock called the circadian rhythm. Sleep deprivation can disrupt the circadian rhythm, and this appears to have harmful effects on gut bacteria.*
  • Excess stress - has been shown reduce gut flora diversity and alter gut flora profiles by increasing harmful bacteria like Clostridium and reducing beneficial bacteria like Lactobacilli(Gut Ezecontains this important gut bacteria).*

Gut Eze and the other probiotics

  • Probiotics are among the most difficult active ingredients to formulate – they are sensitive to heat and moisture. They degrade under the best of conditions and this degradation is unpredictable. When mixed with other ingredients, the rate of degradation increases. So with probiotics it is all about stability. Gut Eze has extensive testing datawith proven stability and results.*
  • It is a challenge to formulate probiotics that will survive the stomach barrier. Most probiotic supplements result in insignificant change in the diversity of bacteria in fecal samples, resulting in minimal to no clinical benefit. Gut Eze has been expertly designed by leading scientists at the Harvard Medical School, has patented blends and extensive data precisely to ensure efficacy.*
  • Bacterial quantities don’t often match what is on the label. Gut Eze has clearly established levels at the time of manufacture to the time of expiry. Most products in the market falsely exaggerate the levels by only showing the CFU levels at the time of manufacture.*
  • Several common sources of diverse probiotics are not for all – lactose intolerance is a common digestive problem. So yogurts are not for everyone – Gut Eze is an easy to use supplement – 1 capsule a day - offering tremendous benefits.*
  • Most commonly available products on retail shelves focus on maximizing the count of Colony Forming Units, as many strains as possible, or in media that just don’t work. Gut Eze is a strain-targeted, expertly designed probiotic supplement. *

* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. It is recommended that a physician be consulted before taking any supplements. Results not typical and may vary.

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Made In US Yes
SKU 102177B
Product Type Capsules
Brand Physician's Signature
Dosage One a Day
FAQ

Q: Is it recommended to take Gut Ezeduring pregnancy or while breastfeeding?

A: We recommend that you review all nutritional supplements with your physician prior to use. In particular, pregnant and nursing women should always consult with their primary care physician regarding vitamin intake to ensure that they are not over or under supplementing.*


Q: Is Gut Ezesafe for children and teenagers?

A: It is recommended that you first consult with a qualified healthcare professional. Most recommendations for daily use are based on an adult*.


* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. It is recommended that a physician be consulted before taking any supplements. Results not typical and may vary.

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