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Gut Health Formula, Leaky Gut Supplement, Digestive Care, Gas And Bloating, GI Tract

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Advanced gut health supplement designed to support gut lining integrity, promote digestive & intestinal health. Codeage Gut Health is designed to help reduce gas and excess bloating. It comes with a superior blend of prebiotics, probiotics, minerals and herbs all-in-one.*

Product Details

  • HEAL YOUR GUT: Codeage Gut Health offers a gut integrity blend including L-Glutamine and licorice. Glutamine is an important amino acid to support digestive health. It is often used to help maintain proper defenses within the intestine and for digestive issues.*
  • PROBIOTICS FOR LEAKY GUT: This formula also includes probiotics and prebiotics with 10 Billion CFU per serving. The oral probiotics are present to further help restore gut health.*
  • ADAPTOGENIC HERBS & MINERALS: This superior blend also includes minerals and herbs for digestion. It features tonic mushrooms, micro algae, bioavailable amino acids, and zinc.*
  • DIGESTIVE CARE: This digestive supplement offers ingredient that can target 7 microbiomes all-at-once. The mix of a digestive cleanse with probiotic powder creates a unique formula for sensitive tummies and can support an herbal colon cleanse.*
  • NATURAL: This bloating relief supplement is 100% natural, non-GMO, vegan, gluten, dairy and soy free, and keto-friendly.*
  • 2 MONTHS SUPPLY: Made in the USA in a cGMP certified facility. Codeage Gut Health capsules are shelf-stable and don't require any refrigeration.

Advanced gut health supplement designed to support gut lining integrity, promote digestive & intestinal health. Codeage Gut Health is designed to help reduce gas and excess bloating. It comes with a superior blend of prebiotics, probiotics, minerals and herbs all-in-one.*

Product Details

  • HEAL YOUR GUT: Codeage Gut Health offers a gut integrity blend including L-Glutamine and licorice. Glutamine is an important amino acid to support digestive health. It is often used to help maintain proper defenses within the intestine and for digestive issues.*
  • PROBIOTICS FOR LEAKY GUT: This formula also includes probiotics and prebiotics with 10 Billion CFU per serving. The oral probiotics are present to further help restore gut health.*
  • ADAPTOGENIC HERBS & MINERALS: This superior blend also includes minerals and herbs for digestion. It features tonic mushrooms, micro algae, bioavailable amino acids, and zinc.*
  • DIGESTIVE CARE: This digestive supplement offers ingredient that can target 7 microbiomes all-at-once. The mix of a digestive cleanse with probiotic powder creates a unique formula for sensitive tummies and can support an herbal colon cleanse.*
  • NATURAL: This bloating relief supplement is 100% natural, non-GMO, vegan, gluten, dairy and soy free, and keto-friendly.*
  • 2 MONTHS SUPPLY: Made in the USA in a cGMP certified facility. Codeage Gut Health capsules are shelf-stable and don't require any refrigeration.

Soil & Plant Based Prebiotic

Prebiotics are plant-based dietary fibers that act as a source of food for probiotics. As stated in many scientific studies, prebiotics could be essential allies to promote the growth of good bacteria in our intestines, and thus a healthy gut microbiota.1*

Soil & Plant Based Probiotic

Soil-based probiotics are living microorganisms naturally rooted in the soil and found to be more resistant and stable in the gut. These friendly gut bacteria have been proven beneficial to help heel your gut and keep the gastrointestinal tract in a happy place.2*

Tonic Mushroom

Researches in recent years have highlighted mushrooms for their prebiotic activity and their correlations with health-promoting benefits on the gut microbiome, cholesterol, and immune functions.3*

L-Glutamine

Glutamine is the most abundant amino acid in the body and a major nutrient for intestinal and immune cells. Evidence-based science has illustrated that the benefits of L-glutamine on immune system may be related to its preventive role in gut permeability.4*

Zinc

Zinc is a vital micronutrient found to be involved in a large number of metabolic functions of the human body. This includes immune cells development, protein production and essential enzymes activity that can promote digestion.5*

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L-Glutamine & leaky gut supplement

Natural & non-GMO


Gas and bloating support*

GI tract & herbal cleanse*

Codeage Gut Health Formula is a wonderful gut supplement. The formula blends L Glutamine with high-quality prebiotics and probiotics. The probiotic and prebiotic blend works together to allow for better nutrient absorption.*(1

The blend also adds licorice, adaptogenic herbs and minerals for additional support to digestive health*.

L-glutamine is the most abundant amino acid in our organism. The body uses amino acids to create proteins. You often get sufficient glutamine from the food you eat but sometimes people can still lack of it. In this case, glutamine supplementation and leaky gut supplement can help increase the levels of L-Glutamine and may lead to specific gut health benefits*.

Glutamine is also considered today to be one of the most essential elements for the healing of "leaky gut syndrome".*

Bloating and gas can be persistent or happen occasionally. It is important to speak to your healthcare provider about taking food supplements for your digestive tract.

Oral probiotics & prebiotics

Fermented for digestive care

  • 2 months supply
  • 30-day money-back guarantee
  • Vegetarian formula
  • Gluten-free
  • No artificial ingredients, GMOs or chemicals
  • Premium quality
  • Made in the USA 
  • Manufactured in a GMP certified facility
  • Adults take 3 capsules daily with 8 ounces of water or your favorite beverage. May be taken with or without food.

The role of the gut

Our gut is an essential organ of our body. The proper functioning of the gut is key for our digestive health. It also plays a critical role to help maintain an healthy gut lining, help with constipation, bloating, gas, and gut integrity.*

What are the best ways to help gut health?

There are many different ways you can use to help improve your gut health. The first ones are relatively straightforward and have to do with overall health and wellness:

  • Make sure to get sufficient sleep. Getting enough sleep can do wonders for your health and can also help with gut health.*
  • Exercise regularly. Studies have showed that people who exercise and are active can have a more diverse gut flora that those who don't exercise.*
  • Try to reduce stress and avoid smoking.*
  • Eat a better diet and consume less sugar. Try to add foods that are rich in prebiotics such as artichokes, whole grains or even bananas. Try to reduce the amount of sugar, sweeteners and sugary foods you consume.*

There are other ways you can use also to help your gut:

  • Use prebiotics, probiotics and fermented foods.*
  • Consume less red meat. It is sometimes hard to follow a strict vegetarian diet but try to consume more vegetables and fruits to help improve the benefits of a healthy diet and leaky gut diet.*

All those recommendations could help you restore your gut flora and intestinal tract. The impact of those different suggestions depends on your unique situation and other related conditions.*

Is there a link between gut health and mental health?

This question relates to the famous gut-brain connection concept. Today, many studies and universities have showed the existence of a clear link between our mind and our gut. Gut health has been showed to have direct implication on anxiety for example.*

How do processed foods affect gut health?

Whenever you eat the right type of foods, you help your body and microbiome. The problem is with processed foods. This type of food often comes with a lot of artificial flavorings, trans fats or refined sugars.

Your gut will break down those compounds and change your microbial balance. If you have too much of those bad guys in your gut, they can outnumber the good nutrients and can have an impact on your health.*

This is why you should try to avoid sugary drinks like sodas, and any type of processed or packaged food. More and more supermarkets and groceries stores offer healthy options today so make sure to try to get fresh, healthy foods as much as possible.*

It’s important to note that many or all the ingredients provided by Codeage Gut Health can also be received in adequate or extra amounts from food and regular diet. Many factors, but not limited to the diet you follow and/or the state of your health can impact the benefits of this formula. The support of supplements might also vary depending on each individual, their vitamins intake, nutrients deficiencies when using their supplement(s) and a large number of other external health and wellness factors.

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Zinc (as Citrate), gut integrity blend (L-Glutamine, Deglycyrrhizinated Licorice (root), Marshmallow (root)), Tonic Mushroom, Micro Algae and Mineral Blend (Spirulina, Turkey Tail Mushroom Powder, Maitake (Grifola frondosa)), Soil and Plant Based Probiotic and Prebiotic Blend (Saccharomyces boulardii, Bacillus clausii, Bacillus coagulans, acillus subtilis, Myoviridae T4, Myoviridae LH01, Myoviridae LL12).

Adults take 3 capsules daily with 8 ounces of water or your favorite beverage. May be taken with or without food.

CAUTION: Do not exceed recommended dose. Pregnant, nursing mothers, children under 18 and individuals with a known medical condition should consult a physician before using this or any dietary supplement. Please use caution if you have allergies or sensitivities to any of the listed ingredients. Keep out of reach of children and pets. Do not use if safety seal is damaged or missing. Store in a cool dry place.

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Glenn R. Gibson, Marcel B. Roberfroid, Dietary Modulation of the Human Colonic Microbiota: Introducing the Concept of Prebiotics, The Journal of Nutrition, Volume 125, Issue 6, June 1995, Pages 1401–1412, https://doi.org/10.1093/jn/125.6.1401

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La Fata G, Rastall RA, Lacroix C, et al. Recent Development of Prebiotic Research-Statement from an Expert Workshop. Nutrients. 2017;9(12):1376. Published 2017 Dec 20. doi:10.3390/nu9121376

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CB
04/23/2020
Catherine B.
United States United States
Works for me!

I love the blend of probiotics, gut healing ingredients, mushrooms, and more! I was taking multiple supplements previous to this one to have all of the ingredients.

KS
04/03/2020
Karen S.
United States United States
Great!

Wow! I'm so impressed with how quickly I started feeling better.

DS
03/16/2020
Davina S.
United States United States
Excellent product!

After years of searching for a complete product to address gut terrain issues both for myself and others; I can finally say I have found it. I have been using Code Age Gut Health Formula for many months now. For me, it works best taken on an empty stomach first thing in the morning. I use the recurring order option. The company never fails to inform me as to when it ships. Very courteous. Glad to have found them.

AG
03/08/2020
Angela G.
United States United States
Have not noticed a difference.

Planning to use this 1 more month, to give it a 3 month try and then discontinue if still not noticing a difference.

LH
02/28/2020
Linda H.
United States United States
Huge improvement...

I had been suffering greatly from digestive distress for many years, which had progressed to the inability to eat at all, including the 'elemental' diet. I was in a lot of pain and was preparing to die (I avoid allopathic medicine, as I knew they couldn't help me and would more than likely give me antibiotics, which make things worse and were probably what ultimately got me to where I was). Having worked many years in alternative healthcare, I knew what NOT to do, but was not getting any help from what I was doing. I stumbled across the Amen Clinic on the internet, and their articles on SIBO, and immediately a light went on and I purchased your products as my last hope. A month or so later, I am steadily improving, adding foods to my diet (raw sauerkraut is excellent), and am feeling better and better. That said, a week or so into the program, I must have experienced die-off as I became pretty sick for a few days (tiredness and muscular pain, which I read as part of a 'healing crisis'), but when that passed I have improved every day. Thank you for being there. You saved my life. And my daughter is also on the products, as she has experienced IBD, and is doing well, too!

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