Daily Gut Support Kit
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Why we paired these together:

Herbs, spices and amino acids generally work in a complementary fashion, which is why we took the highest quality L-glutamine, licorice root and marshmallow root and combined them to deliver optimal gut support.

Also, the Soil Based Organisms (SBOs) found in our probiotics and enzymes come together to form a supplement built for supporting resilience against temperature, acids, and microbiome disruptions. We even added a unique mushroom and microalgae blend featuring nutrients and beneficial compounds from two food kingdoms that are often lacking in the standard diet.

How to Use

Fermented Enzymes

We recommend taking Fermented Enzymes before or after meals with a glass of water to aid in digestion.

Gut Formula

We recommend taking Gut Formula on an empty stomach, either first thing in the morning or right before bed, at the same time each day, with a large glass of water.

SBO Probiotics - Gut Restore

We recommend taking SBO Probiotic on an empty stomach, either first thing in the morning or right before bed, at the same time each day, with a large glass of water.

Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

Dr. Axe Answers

Ancient Nutrition co-founder, chiropractor, clinical nutritionist and certified doctor of natural medicine is here to answer your questions!

Do I need to refrigerate these enzymes?

No, you do not need to refrigerate these. The probiotics strains included are shelf-stable and survivable.

Why do I need to support my gut?

Fact: Most Americans don’t consume enough probiotics in their diet due to modern processed foods, soil depletion and more. I believe most people are in need of probiotic support.
Here’s why: Thanks to prescription antibiotics, high carbohydrate diets, fluoridated tap water and high levels of stress, the good bacteria in our guts are often diminished, and our bodies can't replace them at the rate required for optimal health.

In fact, I believe we need to avoid and reduce our consumption of these top 7 probiotic diminishers:

  • Prescription antibiotics
  • Excessive sugar intake
  • Drinking tap water (chlorine and fluoride)
  • GMO foods
  • Eating too many whole grains (plus gluten)
  • Emotional stress
  • Exposure to toxins and pesticides

Meanwhile, “bad guy” bacteria can flourish while the “good guy” bacteria are killed off, leaving your system out of balance. I believe the best way to approach this is to eliminate foods and toxins that feed “bad guy” bacteria and start consuming probiotic-rich foods and supplements.

What are the benefits of taking a digestive enzyme supplement?

Digestive enzymes assist in the chemical breakdown of food into smaller, absorbable components. For example, enzymes called amylases break down starches into sugar molecules; proteases break down proteins into amino acids, and lipases break down fat into its component parts.

Four key reasons to take digestive enzymes:
1. Supports healthy gut microflora†
2. Supports a healthy immune system†
3. Supports gastrointestinal (GI) health†
4. Features enzymes and probiotics to support overall digestive health

How is Gut Formula different than SBO Probiotic?

While this product contains soil-based probiotics, it is not considered to be singularly a probiotic supplement but a supplement that supports overall gut health instead. While our SBO Probiotic contains more probiotics, Gut Formula features additional ingredients commonly used in Traditional Chinese Methods, including tonic mushrooms, micro algae and a unique mineral blend. If you’re looking for extra probiotics, try including both supplements into a healthy lifestyle for optimal results.

Do I need to refrigerate SBO Probiotics - Gut Restore?

No, you do not need to refrigerate SBO Probiotics - Gut Restore because the strains are shelf-stable and survivable.

What does Bacillus subtilis do?

Bacillus subtilis can manage the harsh stomach acid environment, allowing it to get to the digestive system and colonize its beneficial bacteria. Bacillus subtilis is truly a hardy, tough probiotic that is resilient and highly adaptable.

Generally, what makes soil-based probiotics different from other types of bacteria and yeasts?

Soil-based organisms are often stronger than other forms of bacteria since they don't require refrigeration (meaning they are shelf-stable) or any special handling. They can generally survive the journey through the stomach to the intestines.

Soil-based organisms are typically able to seed the digestive tract with beneficial bacteria which can grow and flourish to support health, including supporting healthy digestion and a healthy immune system.†

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