The human intestinal tract contains a wide and complex microbial community which plays a massive role in human health i.e. human physiology, metabolism, nutrition and immune function.
There’s a sensitive balance that must be held in order to achieve microbiota homeostasis (balance), small changes through diet, external stressors, hygiene and even antibiotics can create a good vs. bad microbiota imbalance leading to poor gut health, gastrointestinal conditions like IBS and even obesity.
As a society, we’re now taking in more junk food than ever, more high-sugar beverages, less fiber, less fruits & vegetables and more medicines like antibiotics… a literal perfect storm for an imbalanced gut.
Through this you might be experiencing upset stomach, bloating (inflammation), acid reflux and a host of other gut related issues.
Did you know that your gut can even impact things like stress & anxiety and vice versa?! The gut is often referred to as your “second brain,” in constant communication..
The ingredients found within GutJoy aim to support a healthy microbiome, leading to improved digestion, better nutrient utilization, balanced gut bacteria, reduced inflammation, boosted immune function and less bloating.
GutJoy features a plethora of varying fruits, veggies, herbs & ingredients packed with micronutrients, digestive enzymes and antioxidants to achieve a balanced gut environment.
Ginger contains the protease zingibain, which digests proteins into their building blocks and can help the stomach process food faster by promoting contractions.
Studies show Cinnamon and its antioxidant properties have a powerful anti inflammatory response in the body.
Another fruit loaded with digestive enzymes. Studies have shown taking papaya based formulas may help ease digestive related issues like constipation and bloating.
Cabbage is a cruciferous vegetable containing powerful antioxidants like sulforaphane and kaempferol that have been shown to reduce chronic inflammation.
Deglycyrrhizinated Licorice (DGL): Shown in studies to promote mucus activity in the stomach, acting as a barrier to acid - this can allow damaged tissue to heal and prevent future acid reflux issues.
Contains digestive enzymes called bromelain, which break down protein into building blocks (amino acids) aiding in the digestion and absorption of said proteins.
Honey, namely raw Honey is packed with digestive enzymes like diastases, amylases, invertases and proteases. It’s been found to ease indigestion and may alleviate cramping and gas.
Anyone looking to improve not only their gut health but overall health and wellness. Gut health impacts not only digestion but also immune function, sleep and even mood!