Inflammation & the GI Tract

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One of the most common GI symptoms many people struggle with is inflammation. Inflammation in the GI tract can cause problems with motility, constipation, diarrhea, and bloating. Lifestyle changes can help fight inflammatory responses, but also incorporating the right supplement into your daily routine can help tremendously. 

GI Assist contains the perfect blend to help lower stress in the GI tract as well as promote healthy bowel movements and reduce bloating. Let’s take a look at some of the ingredients and how they can help.

L-Glutamine works to prevent irritation in the gut and intestinal walls in addition to preventing infection and increasing immune cell activity. 

Aloe Vera and Licorice Root are both herbal anti-inflammatories that also help to improve GI motility by acting as a mild natural laxative. They have also been shown to reduce the occurrence of ulcers and improve symptoms of those with IBS. 

DigeSEB (proprietary enzyme blend: Amylases, Lactase, Proteases, Lipase, Cellulase) acts to help the body breakdown macronutrients which can ease digestion. With age and lifestyle choices, our gut can become deficient in these important digestion enzymes which can result in inflammation, gas, bloating, and constipation. 

Lastly, Bromelain, an enzyme extracted from pineapple, acts as a strong GI anti-inflammatory commonly used in bowel disorder treatments. Animal studies have found Bromelian to help reduce the effects of bacteria in the intestines that cause diarrhea. 

GI Assist along with a healthy well-rounded diet can turn GI symptoms around for the better, and even reduce inflammation in other areas of the body. 

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