Total Gut Health is one of the most comprehensive gastrointestinal support products available because it addresses the entire GI tract. It supports the growth of healthy intestinal microflora, helping to promote intestinal health and immune function as well as ensure efficient digestive function. In addition, it supports the normal healing of the mucosal lining.
This formula provides a broad selection of ingredients, including equine specific free nucleotides that support cell replication and nutrient absorption. Bioflavex, another innovative ingredient, supports the body’s natural ability to balance bacteria known to cause GI upset. Ramard’s Beta Glucan, with its specific bond of (1,3/1,6) is a very powerful immune support product which helps to facilitate normal bowel motility, and may help modulate normal mucosal immunity of the intestinal tract. In addition to those key ingredients, the formula also includes glutamine, psyllium, magnesium, bromelain, zinc, and vitamin E for comprehensive digestive tract support.
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