Probiotics are good bacteria that help to maintain a healthy balance of
microflora in the gut. These
microorganisms help to repair damage to the lining of the small intestine
resulting in improved digestion and nutrient absorption. Probiotics also help to create a protective
barrier against pathogenic organisms.
Prebiotic (Inulin) Inulin is a naturally occurring soluble fiber derived from the
chicory root. It is not digestible by
the stomach and small intestine, but rather is broken down through a
fermentation process in the colon. This
fermentation promotes the growth of healthy intestinal microflora. Inulin has been shown to increase calcium and
magnesium absorption and aid in regular bowel activity.
Digestive Enzyme Blend Digestive enzymes break down macromolecules in to smaller
building blocks, allowing for absorption in to the body. Enzymes are indispensable for digesting food
and cleansing the microvilli of the small intestine.
Magnesium Oxides (Elemental Magnesium)
Magnesium oxides that have been ozonated and stabilized in order to release
reactive oxygen species (ROS) during the digestive process. This release of ROS helps to cleanse the
intestine of unwanted acidic debris and create of environment for healthy
Vitamin D3 The
digestive tract contains a large network of nerves that communicate to regulate
your digestion. Each of these nerves
relies on calcium to transmit signals. A
loss of calcium can cause a breakdown in nerve communication, resulting in poor
digestion. Vitamin D3 supports healthy
digestion by regulating levels of calcium in the
body so that your nerve cells have access to the calcium they need
Acid Resistant Capsules Technology
A natural supplement is only as
effective as its delivery system. Enzymes and probiotics must survive the harsh
acidic environment of the stomach before reaching the small intestine. In order
to protect against these stomach acids, many enzymes and probiotics on the
market consist of enteric coated capsules that contain phthalates (plasticizers),
genetically modified vegetable coatings, or other unhealthy chemicals. Some are
also available in tablet form, which in addition to containing unhealthy
fillers and binders, may be more difficult to break down.
Abzorb utilizes a technologically advanced capsule to
provide maximum protection against stomach acids without the use of phthalates
or harmful chemicals and solvents. The
acid-resistant capsule consists of a non-GMO vegetable cellulose barrier that
allows for a timed release of the ingredients for maximum effectiveness.
Use: Adults take 2 capsules once daily with
water, preferably on an empty stomach. Your healthcare provider may also recommend
an activation dosage of 2 capsules,
twice daily for the first two weeks.
Advanced Therapeutic Dosage: Take 2 capsules, twice daily for two weeks.
The ingredients in Abzorb are generally
well tolerated. Some users may
experience detoxification symptoms such as nausea, headache, fatigue or other
flu-like symptoms. This detoxification is a healthy process for the body and is
normally mild in nature. Symptoms may be reduced by increasing water
consumption or temporarily reducing dosage.
When choosing dietary supplements, many healthcare providers will recommend avoiding unnecessary excipients, fillers, and binders. Abzorb also avoids many ingredients that cause food intolerance or sensitivity.
- No Phthalates
- No Talc
- No Artificial Colors
- No Artificial Flavors
- No Titanium Dioxide
- No Fish
- No Dairy
- No Wheat
- No Yeast
- No Gluten