Tieraona Low Dog, M.D. on Improving Gut Health
At INNATE Response™ we are proud to have partnered with Tieraona Low Dog, M.D., an integrative medical doctor and internationally recognized expert in the fields of integrative medicine, women’s health, herbal medicine and dietary supplements.
Tieraona Low Dog, M.D. and INNATE Response™ share the belief that targeted gastrointestinal support is key to an overall approach to wholistic health. Many patients need specific guidance on how to improve gastrointestinal function, reduce gut permeability, and enhance the microbiome. To address these issues, INNATE’s newly formulated line offers three key supplements for support of healthy gastrointestinal function.
Powdered digestive blend supports gastrointestinal health*
Mounting evidence shows how integral gastrointestinal function is for good health. Clinicians are increasingly aware that lifestyle choices, such as high-sugar and refined-food diets can disrupt gastrointestinal function, barrier integrity, and immune balance. Practitioners have found that supporting the gastrointestinal barrier, improving the microbiome, along with diet and lifestyle modification, can yield positive results for many patients. INNATE’s GI ResponseTM contains Sustamine, L-Glutamine and demulcent botanicals that work synergistically to support gastrointestinal function and gut permeability.*
The synergistic formula includes:
- Sustamine®†, a dipeptide combining pure L-Glutamine and L-Alanine, to support gut health*
- L-Glutamine may support optimal permeability of the intestinal barrier*
- Botanical, marshmallow root and slippery elm bark for their mucilaginous qualities*
†SustamineTM is a trademark of KYOWA HAKKO BIO Co. Ltd.
Comprehensive support for intestinal health, bowel regularity and immunity*1
The connection between microbiome balance and overall health is critical. It's well known that this balance can be impacted by common issues, such as high stress, inadequate fiber intake, and overuse of antibiotics, all of which can disrupt the delicate balance needed for optimal digestive health in many patients. INNATE Flora probiotic products have all the characteristics needed for maximum efficacy, including strain diversity, adherence potential, ability to withstand stomach acid, and a range of potencies for various applications. The line is also manufactured with the highest quality standards, such as cold storage and glass bottles, to protect probiotic activity, and with strict purity specifications making these probiotics suitable for sensitive patients. The comprehesive formula features:
- Active probiotics from a broad spectrum of 14 strains
- Four potencies for a variety of patient needs and protocols ranging from maintenance to therapeutic strength*
- Genera with demonstrated excellent adhesion to human epithelial cells2, shelf stability and ability to withstand digestive acids*3
Comprehensive Enzyme FormulaHealthy digestive function is a critical first step for optimal health by helping the body to absorb and utilize dietary nutrients. Digestive enzymes are essential for that function, serving as the body’s primary mechanism of macronutrient breakdown. Aging and poor diet can impact the secretion of these important enzymes and result in poor digestive function. INNATE Response's Digestive Enzyme Clinical Strength provides a full spectrum of enzymes that act symbiotically to support digestion at multiple stages in the gastrointestinal tract.*
The comprehensive enzyme formulation includes:
- ProCerelase®†, an exclusive combination of hemicellulase, beta-glucanase, cellulase, and phytase*
- These four enzymes may support improved digestibility of fruits and vegetables*
- Contains a powerful enzyme blend that includes multiple stages of protein, carbohydrate, fiber, and lipid digestion support*
†ProCerelase is a Registered Trademark of National Enzyme Company, Inc.
- CN Jacobsen, VR (nov. 1999) Screening of probiotic activities for 47 strains. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 4949-4956.
- Sahadeva, RI (2011) Survival of commercial probiotic strains to pH and bile. International Food Research Journal, 1515-1522.