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RestorFlora by Microbiomelabs
Both bacillus species found in RestorFlora have been demonstrated to favor an anti-inflammatory reaction in the digestive tract. Inflammation in the digestive system is at the root of many disorders both systemically and intestinal.
Supports a balanced intestinal flora Promotes intestinal health
Supports healthy bowel movement
Aids in digestion Helps control harmful bacterial overgrowth
Detoxifies the intestinal tract Reduces inflammation
Supports immune modulation in the digestive tract
Cellular energy output is largely controlled by digestive health. Studies have demonstrated that the short-chain fatty acids produced by RestorFlora help to maintain a healthy fasting blood glucose, fasting insulin and insulin tolerance, which improves sugar metabolism, so you get a better balance of energy from fat and sugars.
RestorFlora is the first probiotic bacteriotherapy product that has combined three of the world’s most well studied and widely used probiotic strains – Saccharomyces Boulardii, Bacillus Subtilis HU58 and Bacillus Clausii. This combination of clinically studied, friendly probiotic yeast and probiotic bacteria offers comprehensive digestive flora support with an advanced, dual-action approach to maintain a healthy intestinal environment.
Saccharomyces boulardii is well studied and extensively used for its ability to curb digestive issues associated with antibiotic use. However, a product containing only S. boulardii has limitations with regards to other probiotic functions. RestorFlora represents a significant advancement that overcomes these limitations with the addition of Bacillus Subtilis HU58 and Bacillus Clausii. RestorFlora provides competitive exclusion of bad and potentially harmful organisms, as well as the ability to colonize in the digestive tract to produce favorable immune responses.