Why We All Need a Gut That Performs

When your gut is out of whack, it can drain your energy, produce physical pain and uncomfortable symptoms such as such as constipation, gas, bloating and irregular bowel motions. It can also allow illness to infiltrate your body and wreak havoc with your moods and hormones.

To Absorb Nutrients

The lining of your gut is designed to allow nutrients, amino acids, proteins and minerals to be absorbed into your body. If this cellular linking is compromised, then your body will not be making the most of the good stuff you are putting into it.

To Eliminate Toxins

A healthy gut should also eliminate toxins and waste products from entering your body, helping you to feel good. However, if the gut has been compromised by poor diet, antibiotics, drugs, alcohol, etc. toxins can enter the bloodstream and chronic inflammation of the intestinal tracts can develop.

To Protect Against Inflammation

A high protein diet can also have a negative effect on good gut bacteria due to the fermentation of amino acids in the gut itself. Other highly restrictive or extreme diets also have the potential to damage the gut wall and promote inflammation.

To Reduce Estrogen

Poor gut health may also inhibit the guts ability to get rid of harmful compounds from the body. We are constantly exposed to various chemicals that mimic the hormone estrogen. Estrogen is found in plastics, our water, some foods, personal care products, just to name a few.

Sometimes it can feel as though no matter how hard you try to modify your lifestyle, the ravages of modern living are continually working against you.

How Gut Performance® can help

The key to good gut health is to consume foods that help maintain cell integrity and normalise the gut by reducing intestinal inflammation.

The unique blend of foods in Gut Performance® have been scientifically developed to help restore and promote gut health.

Nourish from within!

12% of your recommended daily fibre requirement

Gut Performance® is high in both soluble and insoluble fibre. These high-fibre complex carbohydrates (indigestible carbs) are packed with natural phytonutrients that have an anti-inflammatory action often associated with some proteins.

Active prebiotic to nourish your gut

Not all fibre is a prebiotic. The fibre from red sorghum and sugarcane stem in Gut Performance acts as an effective prebiotic, which can have a protective effect by ‘feeding’ the good bacteria known as your microbiome. This in turn aids digestion, promotes the absorption of nutrients essential for bone health and helps reduces levels of compounds known to cause inflammation.

Protects against cell damage and inflammation

Dietary fibre in Gut Performance is binds to estrogen in the digestive tract so that the body can get rid of it. This fibre can also reduce the amount of an enzyme called B-glucuronidase. When this enzyme is high, estrogen can re-enter the body via the large intestine causing cell damage and inflammation.

Lowers the glycaemic index (GI) of foods

The Chromium, in sugarcane stem in Gut Performance has been proven to be a crucial component in maintaining blood glucose balance. Regulating your blood sugar levels can help with moodiness, cravings and fatigue.

Rich in antioxidants

The red sorghum in Gut Performance contains a range of antioxidants that clean up free-radicals that lead to inflammation and damage.

For Every Body Every Day ™

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