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Difference between prebiotics and postbiotics

What’s the difference between prebiotics and postbiotics

February 3rd, 2022

Wondering what’s the difference between prebiotics and postbiotics? Prebiotics are the fiber you get from vegetables and postbiotics are the bioactive compounds or byproducts that come from the good bacteria in your gut, “feeding” on the prebiotics. So, What’s the difference between prebiotics and postbiotics? The answer goes a lot deeper than that. Maybe an […]

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Benefits of Tributyrin

Tributyrin and Gut Health: Here’s the Scoop

February 2nd, 2022

The main benefits of tributyrin include getting postbiotic butyrate to your colon, as well as nourishing your WHOLE gut from small to large intestine. Butyrate is the end-goal for gut health, but getting enough can be difficult. Butyrate can break down before it reaches the colon, where the real work happens. With this supplement, some […]

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Fiber Fibriss™

The Science Behind Organic Fiber: A Review of Fibriss™

January 27th, 2022

Gut health is human health. While you may have heard this ad nauseam, it is true. So very, very true. This is why our goal of getting organic fiber powder Fibriss™ into the hands of formulators and on every shelf matters to us. Fibriss™ is organic fiber powder and we know it is going to […]

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CoreBiome® Tributyrin Wellness

CoreBiome® Tributyrin: The Source of Wellness

January 13th, 2022

PATENT-PENDING CoreBiome® Tributyrin is indeed the source of wellness. In fact, we truly believe the gut is the “Master Switch To Wellness.” Nearly all our internal systems are influenced by the gut—from the heart and brain to skin and immune. If you can master the gut, then you can often master the other systems. What […]

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Fiber and gut health

How to Eat More Fiber Now | Healthy Gut Guides

January 10th, 2022

Don’t plant good crops in bad soil. Can you imagine 95% of Americans do NOT eat adequate levels of fiber? Yes, 95%! This problem is so profound that recently an entire scientific article titled “Closing America’s Fiber Intake Gap” was written about just this topic. Here’s the good news—you’re not alone! When you think of […]

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what does a postbiotic do?

What a Postbiotic Does

January 7th, 2022

Postbiotics are a growing research topic for gut health experts but what does a postbiotic do? When pre- and probiotics work together in the gut, there is a fermentation process that occurs in which the outcome is postbiotic. We used to call them “waste products.” But these postbiotics aren’t a waste! Postbiotics can be made […]

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PeakO2® Supply Chain

Supply Chain Woes: PeakO2® Might Be The Answer

November 17th, 2021

Ingredient swapping is probably on your mind right now and that’s not surprising. As a nebulous supply chain crisis looms above formulator heads, it’s time to make innovative moves in order to differentiate with PeakO2®. Enter: PeakO2® for Supply Chain Solutions For over a decade, beta-alanine and citrulline have dominated pre-workout formulas while PeakO2 was […]

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Gamer Products

Buy Gaming Products with Extended Energy Benefits

November 2nd, 2021

We don’t want to brag but we did just conduct a seminal gaming study leveraging AIM Lab, created by Statespace. The study concluded that supplementation with 75mg Dynamine™ and 50mg of TeaCrine® amplified key aspects of cognitive control, and greater consistency in reaction time when added to a moderate 125mg dose of caffeine (about an […]

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Seriously, You Do Not Need More Protein

September 21st, 2021

Protein consumption has been on a tear for a decade, and it continues to grow at a torrid pace. Not just whey, but vegan proteins, collagen, and now “air protein.” The funny thing is that protein deficiency is rare in the USA.  Most experts recommend an average person consume about 10-35% of calories as protein. […]

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What foods have postbiotics?

What foods have postbiotics?

September 7th, 2021

Vegetables and fermented foods high in probiotics should be the goal when seeking to increase postbiotics for optimal gut health.  The foods highest in probiotics are like signposts telling us which  foods have the most postbiotic potential. They include fermented foods like pickles, buttermilk, kefir, miso soup, sauerkraut, sourdough bread, tempeh — and did we […]

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benefits of tributyrin

What are the benefits of Tributyrin?

September 7th, 2021

The main benefit of tributyrin include getting postbiotic butyrate to your colon faster. Butyrate is the end-game for gut health, but getting enough can be difficult. Butyrate can break down before it reaches the colon, where the real work happens. With tributyrin, it’s able to bypass the stomach and release butyrate in both the small […]

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What is a postbiotic?

What is a postbiotic?

September 7th, 2021

A postbiotic is the material that comes from your good gut bacteria after it has fermented the undigested fiber and resistant starch your body ingested from vegetables. That’s the short, easy answer when it comes to the question, “what is a postbiotic?”  Let’s dive into the complete answer so that you know the difference between […]

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What is tributyrin and where can I buy tributyrin supplements?

What is Tributyrin and Where Can I Buy Tributyrin Supplements?

August 3rd, 2021

Still being researched, the gut health journey begins with asking what is tributyrin and where can I buy tributyrin supplements? The answer starts here: tributyrin is a triglyceride. This means it is a polyol – multiple hydroxyl groups – combined with three fatty acids. When these compounds work together, it helps the intestinal gut flora […]

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Why you should care about prebiotics and postbiotics

Why should you care about prebiotics and postbiotics?

August 3rd, 2021

Why should you care about prebiotics and postbiotics?   By embracing prebiotics and postbiotics, you’re helping your gut help itself. Prebiotics and postbiotics represent deep nourishment that satisfies and balances the body from the inside out. Everyone has a health journey, and it always starts in the gut. Prebiotics feed the good bacteria in our gut. […]

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What’s Wrong with Stevia and Monk Fruit

July 12th, 2021

The typical natural sweetening system consists of stevia + monk fruit. The combination tastes great, but… It’s expensive The supply is tight Sustainability is questionable Now there’s a better alternative that will make the stevia-monk fruit combination obsolete. Monk fruit’s cost-in-use is one the highest of any sweetener in the world. The cost per kilo […]

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