Billions of bacteria live and work in the intestines, affecting our metabolism, nutrient absorption and immune function. They ferment foods, prevent the growth of harmful bacteria, and work to manufacture hormones and produce vitamins such as K, B12, and other B vitamins.
The presence of specific bacteria can even have an effect on weight management, as gut microbes aid in the breakdown of carbohydrates and in the absorption of dietary fats. Bacteria also work to enhance the protective barrier function of the intestines, in order to support the immune system.
They serve as a line of resistance against invasive bacteria and can even trigger the production of what are called ‘T cells,’ which are important immune system boosters. Therefore, it is vital to our health to help foster the healthy bacteria that live in the gut.
GI - CLR to Support the GI Tract
A healthy digestive system is critical to our overall health. Seventy percent of the body’s immune system resides in the digestive tract and it is here where food is broken down into absorbable nutrients.
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What can compromise the good gastrointestinal bacteria and disrupt the microbial balance are:-
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GI-CLR is a proprietary blend of botanicals that can help support a healthy microbial balance in the gastrointestinal (GI) tract.
Each ingredient in this product has a long history of use for supporting healthy gut flora.
These botanicals include:
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Known As GI Microb CLR