Your stomach contains acids to help you break down the foods you eat. These acids would damage the delicate lining of your stomach wall, if not for a protective coating of mucous. Gastro-Ease™ contains a specialized form of zinc plus a specialized strain of Lactobacillus reuteri (L. reuteri) to support this protective stomach layer. Support a healthy and protective stomach lining, and promote a balanced stomach environment with Gastro-Ease™!
Benefits at a Glance:
- Promotes stomach health and comfort
- Supports a healthy stomach wall at the cellular level
- Encourages healthy production and maintenance of mucosal lining
- Helps maintain a healthy stomach environment
Specialized form of zinc
Studies show that the trace mineral zinc promotes stomach health in a variety of ways.1, 2 And when combined with carnosine (as zinc-L-carnosine), the effects are even more pronounced. This is because zinc-L-carnosine directly affects the cells of the stomach wall responsible for producing the protective layer of mucous.
Zinc-L-carnosine promotes a healthy inflammatory response, 3 and encourages the healthy production of protective mucous. Zinc-L-carnosine supplementation also promotes digestive comfort: one study showed that 75 mg of twice-daily zinc-L-carnosine significantly reduced factors associated with gastric discomfort in just 8 weeks.4
Specialized strain of Lactobacillus reuteri promotes balance
Pylopass™ is a patented strain of L. reuteri bacteria. This specialized strain helps to promote healthy stomach flora by selectively binding with a specific bacterium, which can affect the health of the protective mucous layer in your stomach.
Support a healthy and protective stomach lining, promote a balanced stomach environment, and promote gastric comfort with this unique, dual-action formula. Add Gastro-Ease™ to your daily gastric health regimen today.
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