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Tributyrin What You Should Know

What You Need to Know About Tributyrin and Gut Health

February 3rd, 2021

In this article, we’re talking about gut health and the benefits of tributyrin, the #1 postbiotic. Keep reading for the breakdown of what makes a healthy gut versus unhealthy gut, what butyrate is, what you need to know about tributyrin, and why CoreBiome® tributyrin is particularly important. Can you believe that there was a time…

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goFAT® Olive Oil Fat Powder

(Even Better)Good Fats: Introducing goFAT® Olive Oil

January 27th, 2021

goFAT® Olive Oil Fat Powder is 50% extra virgin olive oil on prebiotic acacia. This is the new era of good fats; an unrefined, nutrient-rich fat powder. The olive oil from Boundary Bend, makers of Cobram Estate®, has won the world’s best olive oil 7 years in a row. It is fully preserved in nutritional…

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CoreBiome® Tributyrin Wellness

CoreBiome® Tributyrin: The Source of Wellness

January 13th, 2021

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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healthy sweets

CSI Tasting Room: Healthy Sweets (Featuring Smart Sweets)

September 9th, 2020

Now that consumers are becoming more aware of what goes into their bodies, brands are creating healthier alternatives to the typical snacks and sweet treats we are all used to. Our series, CSI Tasting Room, aims to look at different formulas and products and dive deeper. We examine what makes a product innovative, what products…

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low-carb diet

Formulating for the Low-Carb Diet: Is it Still Relevant?

September 1st, 2020

Attention formulators! Keto is as relevant as ever. It’s one of the top diets in the world, and intermittent fasting is Google searched at a white-hot pace. The “real” question is “How to do keto?” The low-carb movement will likely last years or decades. You can also directly target the keto market, but that will…

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EAAs vs BCAAs

BCAAs vs. EAAs; Amino Supplement Innovation

April 28th, 2020

First off, why formulate with aminos right now? Short answer: the market is ready. Supplement sales have spiked and people are working out at home in unprecedented numbers. Which is right for your new amino formula: EAAs or BCAAs? We’d argue EAAs have several advantages over BCAAs, though each belongs in the conversation for new…

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Collagen and Functional Coffee: Collagen, Phase 2

January 30th, 2020

For many who use collagen, they use both collagen and coffee on a daily basis. Daily use presents an immense economic opportunity. But because collagen and functional coffee is fairly new, sales may be slower if you’re a retail brand on Wal-Mart shelves, for example. But if you have influencers, Facebook groups, email lists, YouTube…

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Collagen, Phase 2: Beauty from within and gut-skin

January 30th, 2020

If you’re a global brand, look to Asia. While the opportunity in North America is giant, the opportunity in Asia is colossal. The opportunities in beauty-from-within are more complex due to various dosage forms including powder, capsule, creams and more. In powder form, your collagen product could include ceramides, selenium, SOD (superoxide dismutase), grape seed…

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Active Lifestyle and Collagen: Phase 2 Collagen Formulas

January 29th, 2020

We all receive two messages on nearly a daily basis: Just a small quantity of exercise can turn one’s health around. Obesity and chronic disease rates are rising. After years of these messages, people are listening. A majority of people are now engaged in learning how to live an active lifestyle (make sure to download…

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Keto and Collagen: Phase 2 Collagen Formulas

January 29th, 2020

Keto and collagen – how do we merge the two? Keto is also known as the low-carb movement. Low-carb is a global macro trend that could last years or decades. It may morph into the “low sugar” movement as people separate fiber carbs from sugar carbs, but low-carb will remain. If low-carb is the macro…

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