Just like a garden, your gut is a habitat. The Gut Garden healing protocol is based on the functional medicine approach to digestive health and consists of five steps— Clean, Prepare, Plant, Feed and Protect—to restore balance, re-establish healthy digestion, and alleviate chronic and occasional symptoms once and for all.
Gut Health Bundle - One Month Supply
Our best value! Purchase all 5 Gut Garden Products for over $35 savings. Includes:
Activated Charcoal: Safely absorbs toxins and unwanted material through the digestive tract and out of the body.
Digestive Enzymes with Betaine HCL and Pepsin: Replaces digestive functions that may have been depleted or compromised over time.
Perfect Probiotic: Repopulates healthy bacteria to assist with improved metabolism, digestion and immune function.
Resistant Starch Prebiotic: Fertilizes beneficial bacteria by feeding them a broad spectrum prebiotic that promotes microbial diversity.
Collagen Peptides: Helps restore and strengthen the intestinal lining.
REMOVE GUT IRRITANTS
Work with a healthcare practitioner to treat any underlying infections, parasites, bad bacteria or yeast. You may also want to start an elimination diet at this time to determine what foods, if any, are causing GI symptoms. Activated Charcoal is a highly absorbent material that will capture, bind, and remove gut irritants and toxins to set the stage for healing.
OPTIMIZE GUT ENVIRONMENT
Replace digestive secretions like enzymes, HCL, and bile acids that are required for proper digestion and may have become depleted over time.
REPOPULATE FRIENDLY BACTERIA
Introduce beneficial bacteria to your gut with probiotics. Gut Garden's Perfect Probiotic contains a high-potency blend of 10 proven cultured strains with over 13 billion colony forming units.
FERTILIZE FRIENDLY BACTERIA
Help beneficial bacteria to thrive by feeding it with Gut Garden's Resistant Starch Prebiotic Fiber Blend. Our broad spectrum prebiotic is designed to promote microbial diversity.
REBUILD GUT LINING
Help the lining of the GI tract repair itself by supplying key amino acids such as Lysine, Proline and Glycine - essential building blocks to repairing damaged infrastructure of the stomach and intestines.