Purewellness Gut Care
Other Information on Gut Care:
Slippery Elm, also known as Red Elm, Moose Elm or Indian Elm, is a small North American tree that has been traditionally used by herbalists for over 100 years. It was reportedly used by native North Americans and early settlers as a survival food. Its bark is known for its mucilage constituents, which can help to coat and soothe the tissue of the GI tract.
Aloe vera helps digestion, normalizes acid/alkaline and pH balance, lessens yeast formation, encourages digestive bacteria and regularizes bowel processing.
Collagen peptide helps break down proteins and soothes your gut’s lining
Healing damaged cell walls and infusing it with healing amino acids.
Supplementation with glutamine, a non-essential amino acid, can reduce intestinal permeability in people with Crohn’s disease
Acording to the data from a recent controlled study,
After two months of daily supplementation, both groups showed changes in the LMR, but the change was more pronounced in the 14 patients on glutamine (from 0.071 to 0.029). As compared to those taking whey protein (0.067 to 0.033). This difference was statistically significant, though the authors noted that intestinal permeability normalized in 8 patients in each group