Microbiome Damage Repair
1 bottle ColostrumPro w/Immulox Powder 21 oz
1 bottle L-Glutamine Powder NSF 18.1 oz
1 bottle Pure GG 25B 60 vegcaps
1 bottle SunFiber 31 servings
1 bottle Zinc-Carnosine 60 vegcaps
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Health Guide Including Microbiome Damage Repair Supplements Protocol
By Valerie Robitaille, PhD. 77 page PDF download (Directions for protocol on page 74).
Includes simple explanations/diagrams for the following:
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–Hormones and glands
–Optimal food portions and shopping list
–Why take supplements, and what supplements to take
–50 recipes and 50 meal plan examples
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Professional Strength PROSymbiotics ColostrumPRO with Immulox. This standardized, instantized powder, offers a high potency proprietary complex consisting of Lactoferrin, Immunoglobulins, Proline-Rich Polypeptides (PRPs) and Immulox. The amount of Immulox found in all PROSymbiotics products is double the amount offered in the regular Symbiotics, our retail line. Immulox is Colostrum standardized to contribute a higher concentration of PRPs. PRPs are signaling proteins with amazing adaptability for immune modulation, considered to be the most important constituent in colostrum. Minimum levels of these components are verified by laboratory testing.
L-glutamine is the most prevalent amino acid in the bloodstream. It is found in high concentration in the gastrointestinal tract, which is its greatest user.
L-glutamine is an amino acid that plays a crucial role in various physiological processes, including gut health and repair. While it doesn’t directly repair microbiome damage, it can support the healing process and help restore the balance of the microbiome. Here’s how L-glutamine may contribute to microbiome repair:
Intestinal barrier function: L-glutamine is a primary fuel source for the cells that line the intestinal tract. It helps maintain the integrity and function of the intestinal barrier, which acts as a protective layer against harmful substances and prevents them from entering the bloodstream. By promoting a healthy intestinal barrier, L-glutamine supports the overall health of the microbiome.
Mucosal cell regeneration: The cells that line the gut mucosa undergo constant turnover. L-glutamine provides the necessary building blocks for the regeneration and repair of these cells. By facilitating the growth of healthy intestinal cells, L-glutamine supports the restoration of the gut lining, which is essential for a well-functioning microbiome.
Immune system modulation: L-glutamine can influence immune cell function and promote a balanced immune response. A properly regulated immune system helps maintain a diverse and balanced microbial community in the gut. By modulating immune activity, L-glutamine may indirectly support the restoration of the microbiome by preventing immune imbalances that could further damage the gut ecosystem.
Energy source for gut bacteria: While humans primarily use L-glutamine for various physiological processes, gut bacteria can also utilize it as a source of energy. By providing L-glutamine, you can support the growth and proliferation of beneficial gut bacteria. A diverse and healthy population of gut microbes is essential for a well-functioning microbiome.
Lactobacillus rhamnosus (GG)
Lactobacillus rhamnosus GG is one of the most characterized and utilized probiotic strains and has been studied in numerous clinical trials across all ages. It is a human origin strain, identified for its resistance to gastric acidity, adhesion properties, and ability to support healthy gut microflora. Studies involving infants and children suggest that supplementation with L. rhamnosus GG supports healthy GI colonization, GI function, and immune function, particularly related to skin and respiratory health. In a study involving children ages 1-7 attending day care, L. rhamnosus GG offered statistically significant support for respiratory and immune health. Studies involving pregnant women suggest supplementation supports healthy gut microflora in the infant and nutrient metabolism during pregnancy. In one study, infants whose mothers had received L. rhamnosus GG during pregnancy showed increased bifidobacterial diversity at Day 5 after birth. L. rhamnosus GG is well known for its effects on bowel function, particularly abdominal comfort, bowel motility and occasional diarrhea.
It also promotes cytokine balance in the GI tract at the level of gene expression, as well as overall immunomodulatory support. In a double-blind, crossover study, L. rhamnosus GG supplementation moderated the neutrophil and monocyte immune response in dairy-challenged, milk-sensitive subjects, while promoting immune function in non-sensitive subjects. In another study, L. rhamnosus GG promoted healthy gene expression to support white blood cell (WBC) function. Elderly subjects supplemented for 28 days showed 95 differentially expressed genes related to cellular movement, cell-to-cell signaling, and cytokine response.
Tomorrow’s Nutrition Sunfiber® delivers 6 grams of clinically proven, clear, grit free soluble fiber. A true regulating fiber, improves both conditions of occasional constipation and poor elimination as well as occasional diarrhea and loose stools. The result is regularity with healthy consistency.
Tomorrow’s Nutrition Sunfiber promotes intestinal and colon health, aids in the transit of food through the intestines, promotes the absorption of essential minerals and helps control the glycemic index of foods.
Tomorrow’s Nutrition Sunfiber dissolves fast and clear in your favorite beverage and won’t alter the taste or texture of foods. Sunfiber may be added to recipes when cooking and baking. Simply stir in Sunfiber until dissolved.
Benefits of Sunfiber:
Excellent source of fiber, delivering 6 grams of soluble fiber per serving
Provides true regularity without excess gas or bloating
Low FODMAP certified
Prebiotic fiber that maintains a healthy microflora balance
Not only helps with occasional constipation, but uniquely helps with occasional diarrhea as well, returning stool content to a normal healthy state
All natural and 100% gluten free (many so called gluten free fibers contain levels up to 20 ppm)
No dairy, soy, sugar, salt, wheat, eggs, artificial flavors or other potential allergens
Doesn’t impact the flavor, color, texture or aroma of food or beverages it’s added to, allowing it to be mixed with a variety of substances from juice and coffee to bakery products
Gut health: Both zinc and carnosine have been studied for their positive effects on gut health. Zinc plays a role in maintaining the integrity of the gut lining and supporting the immune system in the gut. Carnosine, on the other hand, has antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties, which can help protect the gut lining from damage and support its repair. By taking zinc and carnosine together, you may promote a healthy gut environment and potentially alleviate gut-related issues.
Immune function: Zinc is essential for a healthy immune system, as it is involved in the development and functioning of immune cells. It plays a crucial role in immune cell signaling, antibody production, and maintaining the integrity of mucosal barriers. Carnosine also has immunomodulatory properties and can support immune function. Combining zinc and carnosine may enhance immune system function and provide better support against infections and diseases.
Antioxidant activity: Both zinc and carnosine exhibit antioxidant properties, which help protect cells from oxidative stress and damage caused by free radicals. Oxidative stress can contribute to various health issues, including inflammation, aging, and chronic diseases. By combining zinc and carnosine, you may enhance their antioxidant effects and provide greater protection against oxidative damage.
Cognitive health: Carnosine has been investigated for its potential benefits in cognitive health and neuroprotection. It may help support brain function, reduce oxidative stress in the brain, and protect against neurodegenerative conditions. Zinc also plays a role in cognitive function and has been associated with memory and learning. Taking zinc and carnosine together may have synergistic effects in promoting cognitive health and protecting against age-related cognitive decline.