Gateway to a Healthy Mind and Body – A Healthy Digestive System!

October 28, 2019

Gateway to a Healthy Mind and Body – A Healthy Digestive System!

Why is the field of Natural Medicine so focused on a healthy digestive system? 

Optimal health starts with a healthy digestive system, ensuring all body systems and organs are provided with the vital elements required for proper functioning. Donald Kirby MD, director of the Center for Human Nutrition at the Cleveland Clinic, says,“…the gut…is our biggest immune system organ.” 

Studies are linking are our digestive health to the immune system, endocrine system, mental health, certain cancers, and skin diseases.

The proper absorption and metabolism of nutrients and removal of waste is crucial if the body is to remain in equilibrium. The human body is amazingly resilient, however, when there is a problem with your digestion there will almost always be repercussions within other bodily systems. It is only a matter of time before other symptoms suddenly appear, signaling a cry for attention.

Simply suppressing GI symptoms is the goal of many products on the market, which is not the answer.  When gas, bloating, constipation, diarrhea, acid reflux, or other symptoms appear, it is vital not only to get to the cause, but to give the body what it is needs to heal itself. If symptoms are suppressed you may feel better in the short-term, but the body may not be getting the nutrients it needs to function optimally which opens the door for other problems to arise. 

ZyCal recognized the importance of a healthy digestive system and developed Gastrotene®. Designed for complete gastrointestinal (GI) care, it combines powerful and natural nutrients specially formulated to support and maintain gastrointestinal tract integrity and promote peak function. It is the only GI health support product that contains 2-Beta Coxatene®, a new class of nutritional ingredient. This all-natural growth factor & herbal blend ingredient provides the right balance and support for healthy immune signaling and stem cell activation; helping support your body’s ability to create new epithelial lining for a healthy gut.

Continual cell renewal of the epithelial lining allows it to withstand the constant wear and tear it suffers while breaking down food, absorbing nutrients, and eliminating waste. The intestine is the most highly regenerative organ in the human body, regenerating its lining, called the epithelium, every five to seven days. Supporting a healthy gastrointestinal tract is easy with the added ingredients of glutamine and slippery elm to better absorb and utilize the nutrients needed for strong immune function.

Keep your “Gateway to a Healthy Mind and Body” in optimal condition.

 

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.





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