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The Future of Probiotics: Here’s What You Need To Know

The Future of Probiotics: Here’s What You Need To Know

Have you ever taken to the internet to try to get to the bottom of some strange unexplained new health concerns?

Maybe your skin has been chronically red and broken out lately for no good reason, or you’re unexpectedly feeling anxious, chronically fatigued, or constantly bloated?

It’s totally natural that you’d want to get to the bottom of it right away, so that you can continue thriving and feeling your best. We totally get it!

But here’s one groundbreaking truth that we want to share with you…

There’s an almost absolute certainty that, no matter who we are, our in-depth research will lead us all to explore the same area of our health.


Can you guess what this one mysterious area of our health might be that could be responsible for so many of our symptoms?

If you’ve already set out on your natural healing journey, we know you probably already know the answer and can help me reveal this “big secret” of vibrant health.


Future of Probiotics

That’s right… It’s GUT HEALTH.

Once upon a time, the digestive system was widely viewed as a pretty simple and straightforward system in our body…

But if you’ve ever suffered from gut-related issues, you already know that this area of our health is anything but simple… In fact, getting to the root cause of gut and gut-related symptoms can very quickly become an incredibly frustrating and confusing process.

Bloating, constipation, or chronic indigestion? Acne or other skin issues? It may be stemming from your gut.

Weak immune system? It may also be related to your gut. Anxiety and depression? You guessed right - This can also be tied to an imbalanced gut. And the list goes on…


At least  70% of your immune system’s cells are produced in your gut,
and therefore, your body cannot fight off dangerous pathogens,
bacteria, and viruses without a strong and balanced gut.

In addition,  as much as 90% of the body’s serotonin
(the “happy chemical”) is produced in the digestive tract.
Healthy serotonin levels are CRUCIAL, affecting every part
of your body as a natural mood stabilizer that controls sleep
quality, appetite, digestion, anxiety, depression, mental focus,
motor skills, and more.

Gut health is gaining more and more attention

In recent years, researchers and the medical community have become increasingly interested in exploring the gut and its role in almost every major area of our health.

But the truth is that we’re only just beginning to scratch the surface when it comes to truly understanding the immensely complex connection between gut health and its impact on our overall well-being.

Without getting too deep into the science behind this connection between the gut and all other health systems in the body, we can all agree on one thing:  A happy gut is the ultimate cornerstone to great health. 


What exactly is your gut microbiome?

The term “gut microbiome” refers to all of the microbes living within your intestines. When properly balanced, your intestinal microflora (your gut) fights off harmful bacteria that can cause illness and other health concerns.

The entirety of these gut microbes altogether act as an independent organ that impacts your health in a number of important ways. 

Having a “healthy gut” means that you have a good balance of healthy bacteria in your gastrointestinal tract.

These microbes are essential for helping your body fight off harmful viruses and pathogens, and absorb energy from food, eliminate toxins, and produce important mood-boosting brain chemicals like serotonin.


Why is the gut so complex?

It may be hard to believe, but there are actually  more bacterial cells in your body than human cells. And your  intestines are home to 10x more microorganisms than human cells in your entire body!

This means that technically, you are made up of more bacteria than human cells, and the majority of these bacterial cells reside in your gut. 

With up to 1,000 species of bacteria in your gut microbiome all playing a different role, it’s easy to see how things can get pretty complicated. 

To make things worse, some of these bacterial cells in our gut are considered “good bacteria” and others are considered “bad bacteria” (the type that can cause illness and other issues).

Both types are part of your “gut microbiota,” but if this delicate balance becomes unstable, it can lead to a number of symptoms that manifest themselves in countless different ways.

Too much bad bacteria in your gut?

An overgrowth of “bad” bacteria can leave you more susceptible to infections and symptoms such as digestive issues, autoimmune problems, chronic fatigue, acne, food sensitivities, sleep issues, mood disorders like depression, and more.

And to top it off, scientists have also found that the makeup of our gut microbiome can be influenced by factors ranging from genetics, to exercise, diet, age, or geographic location (If you're worried that your diet is lacking in key nutrients, adding a quality green drink like this Primal Greens product can help fill in the gaps).


And as research continues, scientists may eventually even be able to  pinpoint where in the world you’re from, just by having a close look at your microbiome under a microscope. 

That’s right! According to some recent research,  the makeup of gut microbiomes of people from different areas of the world appear to have different compositions as well. 


Chronic stress

Poor diet

Prescription medication

Antibiotic use

Alcohol consumption

Frequent travel

Food sensitivities & intolerances

Poor sleep quality & insomnia

Why are gut-related issues so widespread?

Simply put, our modern lifestyles have been wreaking havoc on our gut microbiota and gut walls for years.


Poor diet and lifestyle choices can lead to an overgrowth of bad bacteria in our gut, as well as severely damage the strength of our gut barrier.

As we eat more and more processed and sugary foods, experience more stress, sleep less, are more sedentary, and ingest more prescription medications than ever before (particularly antibiotics), our gut health continues to decline on a large scale.

Why is the gut lining so important?

Our gut is lined with a mix of protective cells and mucus that work together to act as the primary gatekeeper to the rest of your body. This extensive intestinal lining within our bellies covers more than 4,000 square feet of surface area.

Modern lifestyle factors can damage this  “gut barrier” or “gut lining,” and can cause what is known as a “leaky gut” (also called increased intestinal permeability).

When this happens,  your gut walls can no longer efficiently keep harmful substances from ‘leaking’ out into the rest of your body. 

That’s why this essential “gut barrier” is your final line of defense  between your vital organs and the outside environment

Future of Probiotics


Will we ever crack the code on this mysterious and complex area of our health?

The short answer is  yes. But it usually takes up a lot of resources, including your precious time, energy, and patience. 

That’s why after months of heavy clinical research, speaking to doctors, and listening to people’s struggles, we discovered that there is one piece of the puzzle that most people aren't aware of when it comes to gut health.

Once we discovered the missing puzzle piece, we were totally blown away that everyone didn’t already have this information and that all along, we had been missing one of (if not the MOST) important parts of gut maintenance.

So what’s the one powerful missing piece of the puzzle that’s keeping you from becoming the master of your gut?



You’ve probably heard of  
probiotics before, such as in our popular  Primal Probiotics. You may have even heard of PRE-biotics. But like most of us, the term ‘postbiotic’ may be completely new to you. And that’s totally okay!


This is because it’s actually a  very new term in the ‘-biotics’ field. But you will definitely be hearing more and more about postbiotics in the coming months and years.


Postbiotics are already gaining momentum as the next up-and-coming solution for digestive health.


When it comes to gut health, science and technology are developing at a faster rate than ever before. That’s why it’s our job to make sure that our holistic supplements are always at the forefront of the latest cutting-edge developments in health & wellness. 


And we’re never been more excited to share such a groundbreaking tool with all of you! If you’re going to take just ONE supplement for optimal health.. This is definitely it. 



Primal Gut Restore contains the complete  “secret formula” for healing your gut naturally:

    The ‘fuel’ that feeds crucial gut-supporting probiotics, Primal Gut Restore features 100mg of potent Xylooligosaccharides prebiotics.

    Healthy microbes that promote the growth and balance of more “good” bacteria within your gut. Primal Gut Restore is carefully crafted with 3 billion CFU’s of patented B. longum BB536® probiotics.

    When prebiotics feed on probiotics, they produce powerful substances known as ‘postbiotics’. The final and most crucial step, Primal Gut Restore features revolutionary patented  CoreBiome® Tributyrin.



Postbiotics are what’s created when
probiotics feed on prebiotics. In other
,  prebiotics + probiotics = postbiotics

Primal Gut Restore is not your average probiotic supplement - It’s a comprehensive, long-term investment in your health.

And there’s SO much more to reveal to you about the  CoreBiome® Tributyrin postbiotics  featured in this incredible supplement, and why postbiotics are already being explored as the future of gut health.


Here’s another shocking fact.

Did you know that most of the health benefits we usually attribute to probiotics may actually be the result of something called  postbiotics?

This is where researchers are beginning to turn their attention to, and m
any believe that postbiotics have the potential to be transformative to human health!


But for now, this essential key to amazing gut health and overall wellness still largely remains a secret to most people, making it difficult to find for a variety of reasons.


And more importantly,  not all postbiotics are created equally.


After a rigid research and development process, we chose CoreBiome® Tributyrin - The single most important and groundbreaking postbiotic on the market.


What is CoreBiome® Tributyrin?

 is a patented form of a short chain fatty acid known as ‘butyrate’. If you haven’t heard of butyrate before, it’s important to know that it's considered the most important energy source for the cells in your gut lining, and it’s naturally produced by healthy bacteria in your gut.


How does CoreBiome® work?

Whereas most forms of butyrate are quickly used up by the stomach or small intestine, CoreBiome®
 is specially designed to get directly to your colon, where it’s most crucial for immune and overall health support.


In one 2015 study, participants suffering from digestive
problems were all discovered to have significantly lower
levels of butyrate, and healthy participants were found to
have high butyrate levels. 

Why is CoreBiome® so powerful?

  • The reason you don’t hear about butyrate supplements often? It’s because postbiotics give off a pretty awful smell! CoreBiome® is proven to be the first and only gut technology in the world to completely solve smell and bioavailability concerns.

  • CoreBiome® is the first of its kind to be clinically proven to stimulate butyrate-producing bacteria, as well as boost butyrate production in the colon.

  • It’s simple and convenient. With CoreBiome®, there’s no need to worry about colonization, shelf-life, or other confusing gut terms.

What really makes CoreBiome® unique is their philosophy that we cannot simply keep throwing ‘good bacteria’ at our gut issues and expecting our health to improve.


The solution and future of gut health and immune support supplements is understanding that we are all different and that if we really want to create internal balance, we have to create a hospitable environment in our gut.


This is done by nourishing the cells of our digestive tract with the short chain fatty acids in CoreBiome®.








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