Gut RestoreX - Ultimate Microbiome Barrier Support

Gut RestoreX - Ultimate Microbiome Barrier Support

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An excellent formula for supporting intestinal, immune, and skin health as well as modulating a healthy allergic response. Promotes intestinal and systemic health. Studies show that IgY from hyperimmune egg increases passive immunity in the intestinal tract. Arabinogalactan acts as a prebiotic, feeding good bacteria. It increases gut anaerobes such as lactobacilli and bifidobacteria, and increases short-chain fatty acids, reducing ammonia levels in the large intestine, and supporting immunomodulatory activity.  ‡

Made from a combination of hyperimmune egg powder and arabinogalactins. This formula provides a new approach to modifying the microbiome. By acting as a barrier protector, it supports the body’s natural detoxification process, promotes a proper inflammatory response, supports a proper flora balance and promotes the growth of beneficial gut bacteria to deliver the benefits of passive immunity for optimal gut health.

Formula Benefits:

  • Supports digestive tract lining & promotes GI health.
  • Promotes proper microbial adhesion.
  • Supports digestive and immune system health.
  • Supports the body’s natural defenses.
  • Reduces non-beneficial bacteria adherence
  • Increases gut wall integrity & improves bowel function
  • Promotes the growth of healthy bacteria by reducing competition.
  • Promotes a normal inflammatory response while optimizing healthy digestive function by controlling inflammatory cytokines.

Just like weeds in a garden, pathogens leave no room for beneficial flora to grow, and take up vital nutrients. By reducing the occurrence of harmful microbes in the intestinal tract, this formula helps promote the attachment of beneficial flora to improve microbial diversity, thus improving gastrointestinal function and overall well being.


1. Hyperimmunized Egg Protein (IgY Max®) Made from specifically immunized eggs. Has 26 strain-specific antibodies against human-relevant pathogens that promote mucosal immunity by inhibiting adhesion of non-beneficial bacteria in the GI tract. Offers additional benefits compared to IgG4: 3-5X higher immunogenicity, Does not increase inflammatory cytokines, 20X higher immunoglobulin concentration per unit

2. Arabinogalactans: A soluble fiber prebiotic derived from US-grown larch trees. The fiber is self-affirmed GRAS by the FDA. Arabinogalactins have been demonstrated to increase gut anaerobes such as lactobacilli and bifidobacteria, increase short-chain fatty acids, reduce ammonia levels in the large intestine, and support immunomodulatory activity.

 *These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. 

Manufactured in a US FDA inspected facility.  GMP Compliant. Purity and Potency Guaranteed!   We use the highest quality raw materials available. Testing is done at various stages of production. All IOH Nutrition Formulas Meet or Exceed cGMP Quality Standards.

168 Grams


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