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Adults, as a dietary supplement, take two capsules daily, preferably with a morning or afternoon meal and water, or as recommended by your healthcare provider.
For best results, combine with a healthy routine that includes balanced meals, exercise, water, and plenty of rest.
CoreBiome® Tributyrin, Xylooligosacchardies, B. longum BB536®.
Other Ingredients: Pullan (Vegetable Capsule), Magnesium Stearate, Activated Charcoal (from Coconut Shells), Silicon Dioxide, Microcrystalline Cellulose.
1. As your body adapts to your new supplement routine, it’s important to remember that every individual is different and health benefits may vary from person to person. Always consult with your physician before using this or any other product if you have a preexisting condition or take prescription medication.
2. If you are pregnant, nursing, taking medication, or have an existing condition, be sure to consult with your physician before taking this or any other dietary supplement.
Prebiotics promote the growth of healthy bacteria in your gut (probiotics) and through fermentation, may help produce important short-chain fatty acids (SCFAs).*
Our xylooligosaccharide prebiotics complement the benefits of the probiotic we’ve included in our Primal Gut Restore formula.*
This groundbreaking postbiotic is the unique derivative of a short-chain fatty-acid known as butyrate, which is naturally produced by healthy bacteria in your gut.* Butyrate acts as a fuel source for the cells of your gut lining which may support a healthy gut barrier and overall gut health.*
As the only tributyrin the world with clinical data showing it reaches the colon, CoreBiome® is considered the #1 postbiotic in the world for supporting gut health.*
This probiotic strain is effective for supporting healthy digestion.*
B. longum BB536® may also be more stable and possess a longer shelf life when compared to other probiotic strains.*
Primal Gut Restore is a 3-in-1 formula for gut support. It is formulated with a combination of prebiotics, probiotics, and CoreBiome™ postbiotics. Primal Gut Restore is expertly formulated to support gut health, digestion, a healthy microbiome, regularity, and whole-body wellness.*
Primal Gut Restore is expert-formulated to provide comprehensive gut support, featuring prebiotics, 3 billion CFUs of premium B. longum BB536® probiotics, and a groundbreaking form of postbiotics called CoreBiome™ tributyrin.*
Your gut flora, also known as the gut microbiome or microbiota, refers to the microorganisms that live in our gut. It’s made up of bacteria, archaea, and fungi and plays a huge role in our gut, immune, and overall wellness. It’s believed that the key to maintaining gut health is to keep the microbiota balanced between the “good” and “bad” bacteria.*
Probiotic strains, sometimes also thought of as healthy gut bacteria, are the different types of probiotics that have been isolated and defined by scientists for their potential to support human health. Various strains have different effects on the body: some are great for digestion, while others are beneficial for immune support, for example. You already have well over 500 different probiotic strains in your body at any given moment.*
Probiotics are the beneficial live bacteria and yeast that live in your body. They are found in fermented foods like yogurt, kimchi, and kefir. Many of of these bacteria can be helpful for our bodies. Some help to digest food while others even produce vitamins. Most probiotic strains belong to the two of the most common probiotic groups, Lactobacillus and Bifidobacterium, different strains may have different effects and benefits.*
Postbiotics are the end result produced when probiotics feed on prebiotics. There are different types of postbiotics, including short-chain fatty acids, enzymes, amino acids, and even some vitamins. One of the most interesting of these are short-chain fatty acids. They’re used for a number of functions in the body such as supporting colon health and metabolizing carbohydrates and fats. Butryrate is one of three main SCFAs, and is thought to act as the preferred energy source for cells in the gut.*
CoreBiome™ tributyrin is a unique derivative of the short-chain fatty-acid known as butyrate, which is produced by probiotics feeding on prebiotic fiber. Butyrate is thought to act as a fuel source for the cells of our gut lining, and may help support digestive, gut, and overall health. As the only tributyrin with clinical data showing it reaches the colon, CoreBiome™ is considered the #1 postbiotic for supporting gut health.*
Primal Gut Restore comes in easy-to-swallow capsules that are taken once daily. Simply take two capsules daily, preferably with or with a morning or afternoon meal. For best results, use consistently each day.
Primal Gut Restore contains no dairy, eggs, gluten, or soy. We recommend reading the label closely before deciding if Primal Gut Restore is the right choice for you.
Each bottle of Primal Gut Restore contains 30 servings (60 capsules), or a one-month supply, if taken daily.
It is manufactured in a facility that also processes tree nuts, peanuts, wheat, and soy. Always review the details on the product label for the most accurate information and when in doubt, we always recommend consulting with a personal physician regarding existing allergies or health concerns.
Primal Gut Restore is intended for use by healthy adults over the age of 18. If you have a pre-existing condition, take prescription medications, or have any medical concerns, we always recommend consulting with your personal physician before starting a new supplement routine.
We have formulated this product to be shelf-stable with a significant overage on total cell enumeration. Probiotic bacteria can be sensitive to certain environments, that’s why we keep them temperature controlled throughout the entire production process, including storage in our warehouse. Although Primal Gut Restore is shelf-stable and specially formulated to maintain maximum efficiency and shelf life, we recommend storing it in a cool, dry place away from moisture, and outside of direct sunlight. Although it’s not required, you can refrigerate your product after opening.
If stored properly and unopened, Primal Gut Restore should generally retain its shelf life for about two years. Once opened, we recommend using the product within 90 days for maximum effectiveness. Each bottle contains a 30-day supply if taken daily.
This is totally up to you! Since consistency is the key to maximum benefits, we recommend taking advantage of our discounts when you purchase six or more bottles of Primal Gut Restore. You are always protected by our 90-day money-back guarantee, which allows for plenty of time to try Primal Gut Restore and decide if it is the right product for you. If you are using a discount code, please note that your discount code cannot be combined with any other offer or discount code and excludes all sale items and subscription purchases.
Our products are made in the USA with premium globally sourced ingredients to ensure we use only the best ingredients available worldwide. All our products are independently third-party laboratory tested to ensure safety, quality, and purity.
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